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Title: Star-advocate
Portion of title: Star advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Titusville Star-Advocate, Inc.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: November 16, 1964
Publication Date: 1962-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: 82nd year, no. 109 (Sept. 14, 1962)-95th year, no. 23 (Jan. 31, 1975) ; vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 5, 1975)-
General Note: Published by: Florida Today, <1994>.
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1 The Voice of 25,000 North Brevard County Residents :


I i 84th Year No. 1-88 14 Pages Today TttaMvilfe, Flortia, Monday, November 16, 1&64 8e Per Copy eel Mondey, Wednesdays and Fridays '




i Season's First Snowstorm Moves Southwest I II







I Storm Eases Bad



28 KilledIn Christmas Drought East


Youth Dies CIIICAGO (AP-A crtppllntroowstorm
t and unaccustomed
cold swept the Southwest today, I
Plane In CrashArnold I and a massive rain front moved I
deeply Into the Midwest and '
i Ni rI Eastern drought regions.\
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Lee Abbott, 20, ofWirtstinas The wintry onslaught In the I
was killed Instantly West coated Nevada and Art.
Crash I 'Saturday: afternoon when thrown Bona with snow Las Vegas had
from his car in a one-vehicle a rare white mantle S Inches :
K6/ accident about three miles from deep At Flagstaff Art*., there
: T r / JW Titusvllle on Slate Road 50. was 10 Inches of snow, and
LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP) the railroad community of AT- cold winds heaped this Into
The youth was trying to elude
Wreckage of an airliner that hit t w drifts.
den.The TitiLsvUle policeman Frank
,
a mountain peak In a storm terrain Is so rugged In Puckett who clocked the com The Weather Bureau said that

last morning.night Sheriffs was deputies found said this that area that Jeeps could not f .,... pact car he was driving at 10 the cold air Infiltrated the
reach the scene. miles per hour. To substantiate southern Arizona citrus orchard
all 28 aboard were :
dead. persons One resident of the community the speed the speedometer on belt, causing\ frost In many

of Blue Diamond told officers the wrecked vehicle had places. Phoenix Ariz., had a
The propjet Bonanza Airlines stopped at JO m.p.h.Investigating low of 35.Lasting.
plane vanished during a he had seen a flash on the
snowstorm Just before It was horizon about the time the plane Highway Patrol. damage had been

due to land on a flight from was reported missing. But oth t\I\ l man Joe Baker said the car done, however, during the six
Phoenix. er flashes from lightning 1 Ii/ r + tr went off the north tide of the week drought, and drought con
Searchers spotted the wreckage flickered In the snowy distanceas r 1 road traveling about 300 feet dltions were still serious In the
shortly after dawn. the posse pressed its search. along the ditch before coming South and EastCommunities

Helicopters flew to the scene McCarran Field spokesmen back onto the road. renewed their
and began flying bodies to a said the plane was lost to radar The car flipped three times effort to gain federal emergency
m lower level contact at 8:24: p.m. (PST), a after coming back on the pavement relief funds, farmers hauled
The scene Is about IS miles few minutes before it was due and crossed the highway, water to livestock, city officials
southwest of Las Vegas near to land at the field. coming to rest on the south side planned alternate water supplies
of the road. and farmers watched their

Abbott was a carpenter by winter crop wilt.
Unions To Battle trade, coming here two years But In the Northwest snow
r MD y M t' y; ago from Woodsfleld. Ohio. He was piled three feet deep In
was born In Caldwell County, spots and temperatures plummeted
Ohio, July 23, 1144, and was a below zero.

Right To.Work Law member of First Baptist Church, Officials closed U.S. 180 over
River ,
Indian City Wolf Creek Pass in southwest...

He Is survived by his wife t era Colorado and Independence
I y NEIL OILBRIDI George Meany, president of Ruth, of Christmas, one son Pus, In the central portion as
the 13 million member AFL- Arnold L. Jr. and one daughter MOW piled up three feet deep,
WASHINGTON (AP) An CIO, has tagged It labor's No. 1 Kimberly Yvonne, of Christmas; Ten Inches of snow feU In As

explosive labor battle with a goal In Congress In 1965. Even his mother Mrs. Myrtle Abbottof pea
short fuse is sizzling In the ChrUtmas; also We brothers, In Wyoming, light snow eon.
with
wings of the new Congress.The unions that don't get along j ..... .. h Earnest-: Kdwatd: MA Thurmon tinned to fall and highwayswere .
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the big federation agree. .or- of Ohio, Robert of Christinas reported slick and danger
& to flare ,
np soon fight after Congress expected meets In Labor spokesmen predict a I DIES INSTANTLY The body of Arnold Lee body give mute evidence to the climax of a 90-m.p.1L and William A. of Tituivllle;. out.
Abbott 20 lies with blanket. The and the death ride. S-A Photo. four sisters Mrs Helen Duddeon The temperature dropped to
January. It could be the hottest fast, short hot fight in which draped car !' of Pennsylvania, Mrs Emma 2S below zero In West Yellow
labor battle since the 1959 Con "we expect to be victorious." E. Webber of Missouri, Mrs. stone, Montana's traditional

gress cracked down on union Opponents are led by the National Donna Strickland of Washington \ Icebox. It was 4 below In Butte.A .
racketeering with the Landrum- Rlght-to-Work Committee. 18 Die In D. C. and Mrs. Margaret 16-inch snow stalled trattld
Griffin Act. Even before union leaders Tragedies Ann Brlggs of Christmas. near Droadus, Mont.

The Issue Is simple. Organized made their move, the committee
Funeral services! win be held Snow fell In the mountains of
labor wants to repeal one short said: "The hierarchy of organized at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Fled Baptist -I western New Mexico, and Zuni
paragraph In federal labor law labor la trying to take a
Church, IRC with Rev C. reported a 4-Inch fall. Northern
that directly affects every unionIn giant step toward their admitted H. Tbomtnn officiating Interment Arizona and the mountains lit
America and about onethirdof goal of forcing every employed Over Past WeekEndBy win be In Brevard Memorial southern Arizona were hit by
70 In the nation to a
the nation's approximately person pay Park Cemetery under the snowfalls.
million workers.The union boss for the privilege ofworldng.
direction of Smith Funeral
." The Midwest drought abated
Section 148 Home. somewhat after a of sub
paragraph THE ASSOCIATED PRESS drowned when he fell Into an "wolfpacklng", whore mot Those killed in traffic Included day
Act The committee Is also talking stantlal
rainfalls. The
cf the 1947 Taft-Hartley U.S.
union action If labor win. Two children died when fire open septic tank near his home ., the patrol cars are concentrated Sandra Johns, 22, David Brant-
states to outlaw about court Weather Bureau
permits shop) labor contracts under In pressing\ for repeal. labor enveloped their locked family In Jacksonville. In a certain area, formore ley, 31, and his brother, Robert, Firm Chartered sharp temperature predicted car, \ to 18 the number 37, all of Pcruacola TheodoreTlrunu
bringing strict enforcement. ;
which every worker must Join win be trying to collect on a Traffic death continue On.. Tltunvllle firm was among cold front moved toward the
Democratic killed this weekend In Florida mounting In rtvard's already Lt. Roblmon s a I 14 earlier M, of St. Petersburg.
the union. Twenty states have four-year-old campaign the seven Brevard County corporations heart of the nation.Considerable .
outlawed them. They are legalin promise. It was written tragedies. staggering total of S) this wok they may begin Marie Peterson, 22, of Jack chartered recently,
the 30 other states. into the Democratic platform In One-year-old Cynthia Ann Con highway fatalities, the latest a wing more radar and alto sonville. Clyde Eugene Prescott, announced Secretary of 81 ate street flooding
1960 as wen as 1964, but until treras and her 3-year-old sinter young Christmas man, killed the county's airplane in .petting I, of Hollywood hmacl Dabllla Tom Adams. wu reported In northeastern
Jubilant labor leaders have now labor didn't have the politiCal Melba Marie, of Immokalee Saturday aftirnoM while tryIng iptodori. In an effort to of Indlantown, Hubert Frier. 44, Coquina Hills Corp. 804 Palm Kansas alter a 4-lnch! rainfall
been waiting 18 years for the muscle in the House to force died of bums. Their mother was to outrun a Titvivlllt policeman cut down on the Oaths. of Eustls, Willard K. Burney of Ave., with authorized stock 80 and varying amounts of rain
fight time to light the fuse In the; Issue. shopping In a nearby store. In a M-mllo-an-hour Sheriff leigh WII....'. department Miami; Sarah Austin, (7, and share of no par value filed dampened an area from central
Congress to wipe out the 20. Joe Starling 20, of Ocala, died death rUe. and all city police her sister Mlle Austin. 71, of fit Nov. I, 19M, dealing general Illinois to the Texas Panhandle.
state "right-to-work" la... What makes labor so confident of a shotgun wound suffered Lt. Randy Roblnion of t h department In the county are Petersburg Arnold Ice Abbott construction business and real Temperatures In the eastern
They're In no mood to wait Is that the new Congress while hunting In Ocala National FlorMa Highway Patrol saM cooperating with the PHP In 20. of Tltu aville. Mrs. Heola Barber estate. tinted as incorporates) United States remained unseasonably .
They think the hefty new 1 win have a majority of labor- Forest : It appears the PHP may have the crackdown which began 41, and Michael\ Dollar, 14, are M. S. Camell, Sylvia M. Barb warm. The range went
cratic majority makes Derno-I backed members in the House last week. both of Jacksonville ]from the 2} below In West Yellowstone
i Lawrence L. Hagan, tl to work .In what they t. r m M and Dorothy M. Neff, all
148 a cinch. for the first time. of Miami. to M In Presidio, Text
Records were set In Louisiana.


I Southern Bell Expands Facilities Herefor Scottsmoor Man Is Tennessee Ms as the and mercury gill Arkansas lifted and Into Texas the



Southern Bell Telephone aadlin the midst of a $200,000 ad- 011 Hopkins Avenue. Southern Bell said this addition
I Telegraph Co. here is presently I I dltion to the telephone building I| Pat Blwner, local manager will be a one story build Missing; Search On BulletinMOSCOW

ing of approximately 10 by 130 (AP) Two new
feet and Is for
scheduled completion
members have been elected to
5"' r In February of lies A mentally retarded Scott-I and I state-wide search has seem more like a child, according the all.powerful Presidium of

The addition is necessary to moor man is reported missing. gone out.Everett. to his relatives the Soviet Communist party
from the home of a friend near" which Nlkita Khrushchev
was
house central office switching "I Allen e?. dM rtbed The Alachua Sheriffs office
removed last
Gainesville since Wednesday, month officialsources
equipment needed to keep up by his brother. C E Allen of has put out a state-wide alert
said
T r -t with the tremendous demand for Scottsmnor with whom the former I for the man In hopes of recov: tonightMPlV

I telephone service In the North makes his home, as retarded i eying him anon.Space .
+ Brevard area, and to provide fur Sabin Sunday To but harmless, had been stayIng .
I the extension of the recently at the ranch.home of a
a, completed Jacksonville to Day friend, Iftn Crofton. ffirmerly of Seminar uf'Wf
s tona Beach microwave system Continue Here Tltusvllie and seemingly wan

Blumer: said. The cost of tile dosed away, according to Crof-
I I equipment to be Installed In this ton The area In which he was CancelledThe
addition win be In excess of Sunday Nov. 22 walking\ heavily wonded.Alachtia .
$ 00.000 he added.
Spare Technology I lecture
Count1l1d1er1lr. polo
The second application of
The in North Brevard
growth have searched the scheduled
semen area by Dr Frank Press s
anti-polio serum will be adJn1nolatnd
has placed tremendous demands
around Crofton's farm In continuing r
01 the telephone industry be Sunday In the KlwanJ shifts since Allen wu reported at the Patrick Air Force Base
said. la a period of only four Sable Oral Sunday (SOS) pro mtemg.He Theatre for Tuesday, Nov. 17,
years, from I960 to I9M t b e gram. has been cancelled.
number of telephones served was but seen on Montndta
I1 2 The vaccine given orally on Tickets\ for this lecture will
by the TttiwvO exenankp has Road and since the sheriffs
tamps of win continue at
doulJed during this same petted sugar Mondhntuds! have tracked Urn be honored on December U 33ilaall
:of time Blumer etmtb ued. The the same location as the pro that far. tt Is befteved be may when Mr Frank DlLato win
TttusvBJe exchange handled M ekes apoUcattoMJeas have been picked up by a motortrt. apeak on "The New Science:
Brevard
CMUr Is North
t 209 king distance eafls and 20.- The Management of Science". $
chairman of SOS and KlwanlsLt
000 local calls a month la 1960 Mr. DtLmlo was originally
t Mr : Gov. Herb Johmoo Is county At the time of .Ms disappearance scheduled for November 10.
: compared with ttJKH loDe distance
+ and 41.SOO local catts a ebalrman. Allen was wearing dark and any outstanding tickets for
t
; The stations wffl be shirt, brown and tan lost J
9 month in mi<< feedteg pants that date win alto be honored lkEFT
Mimi Elementary School Parkway en. He Is about S-feet-t, approx- for the December IS lecture.
To meet the increased demands Junior High School, Bay mutely 140 pounds and Is bald, 1
----- -_._-- for the North Brevard view Elementary Coquina Elementary according to C. C AUea. Abo The next Space Technology
area Soothera has bran engaged and Gibson School! be would be wafting with a seminar win be held on Tuesday
"LETTER GO Kfi.r: BiD Walker Southern Bell office here Pat Blumer. m a large wpwn and The hours are t a m. until I stoop, according to Alien due to moralag. N o v. m b e r 24
right. pulls the lever to release the Bell manager here looks on and gets .iiayrontiiMnt program' forecast put Sunday and the make op a bad rapture.AXhough with Mr. Vincent E. LaOy tecturliig -
concrete from the hopper as the foot- en um poured for BW addition to come Pl'imf said. KOV. %I. perfectly aannlei and wee 14 teg- .




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(Florida) St r-Advocat. Too Late To BOB HUDSON'S .

OUT IN THE COLD, AS USUAL I Classify U,______

RID Established ISM : By RiMMtt Kay MULLET

Pubfchtd Mondays, Enjoying wen earned to make. The risk was great and oQ

4 70 Wednesdays, and Fridays I I ment In Sarasota Dr. retJre.1 I every Indication pointed to fail WRAPPER
i Potts appreciates the ure. He carefully explained the
0 By Titusvllle Star-Advoeste, Inc. !lof life the warm sunshine, the danger to Diane's parents but
C flowers fresh clean air with death -
the an only alternate
(y is. At Tb $tar-Advocete Building I with Its precious oxygen. Espe.I they begged him to go ahead ,
'4 When Wt hr the Capita Also from AP Herman
IOH 1100 S. Hopkins Ave. I daIly does he enjoy the Joyous and said that should the 1$ ( we his
asked Bill Lyerly t* Slavsky gave .year-old
we
t laughter of little children at they month old baby die on the
operating Carol
write a colunlft .r two for w.Brt daughter $10 for her
MEMBER: Florid Press Asi'n; National Editorial AII'D and | play happily, often skipping table to continue the operation we've had such a magnificent birthday so that she could open
Associated Pren. along with a puppy at their In hope that the !knowledge ). recovery (*e far) from her first bank account

Henry li Hudson Prti. MM. Hazel S. Hudson Viea.-Ptes. heels. I he might gain would even the back problem. that we've She was filling out a bank
Robert H. Hudson, Seey.-Tress. Children and dogs have play. :tually help save other children keen able I* write a few weeds I application when she came to
Henry H. Hudson, Publisher Robert H. Hudson, Editor I ed a very Important rote in this suffering from the same afflic (The were 1eked".. up tore the line asking the name of her
David Dunn Advertising Mgr. S. L. Floyd, Circulation Mgr man's life. Children and dogs !tion. Few parents are blessed thai till Indicated we should former bank. Carol wrote:
Raymond B. Rutherford, Classified Adv. Mgr bring to mind an event at CMI.dren's 'with such deep love and percep- Instead of bold
- have broken an arm "Piggy" In big letters.
aeon" --C1a. Postage Paid\ at Tttuivllle. Florida Memorial Hospital Chicago tion. having, back trevfcte If he WM

Subscription Rates faith when and he summoned all the I In his own words Dr. Potts ever pin te get re write the It's gonna be Interesting to see

Carrier Home Delivery -1 Yr. $7.10.Mo.. $'.00 J Mo. 2.25 mand and courage at his his com tells the thrilling story of this cetumn fee vs what comes out of the city's re
By Mill in Florida 1 Yr. $6.00.6 Mo. 3.M I Mo. 2.00 performed first amazing first operation In the I (Se, Bill, here's yew chance. cent decision to go ahead on the
Outside Florida I Yr. $7.50 Mo. .0o .1 Mo. tt.SO operation on a human being In November Reader's Digest now I'm shutting up for today) sidewalk program with the dry
an effort to save the life of a
on newsstand. His story, and
your
i blue baby, Diane SchneBs, at the which received a Reader' Digest I The worms in the; nasty looking owner's property participating -

urgent request of brave young First Person Award, Is entitled water is back again, plaguing in the "
parents who had heard of his ex the folks in Whisper
EditorialsA "We Gave Diane Back Her I cost thereof.
periments and countless operations Life". I am sure you will wantto ing Lakes. Jill FUnk broughtus Ben Plink I
on dogs In an effort to find I .
read it and I recommend it a Jar of the stuff and it is who heads
a means of saving condemned
to you. nasty nasty.
blue babies that until that memorable The water !is out of the First I a citizens TaxPayers
Ht tells of the unexpected:
day the medical profession Florida Utilities lines, and t b e _Com
Guide Line For AllThe knew no way to help. complications that developed, system is presently under ne Funk mittee, told the
While Dr. Potts and his associate the almost insurmountable dlf gotiations between the city and city some time ago he and the
Dr. Sidney Smith had successfully flculties he met and records the the utility company. The city is committee would bring suit if

Administration, in an effort to limit wage performed numerous personal elation that accompan. operating the system on an the city participated in the I
and h d led success when the child turned cost He asserts the sidewalkswill
operations on dogs o p e agreement to purchase and
Increases the of time
to rate
productivity gains, tome from deathly blue to rosy added value to
that similar operations would I we think this is the really bright bring property
tack issued 'guideline' for contract negotiations- Behind The ScenesBy work on humans, they hesitated, pink after the task was accompllshed cart about the whole thing to and property owners

three even at the request of Diane's Jill she said she was goingto should bear the cost He also
bow roughly percent a year. parents The dogs they had been It is gratifying to report that call the city and really raise says that people who live in subdivisions \

working with were In perfect since this Initial operation over, cane and enjoy every minute where the city requires
This was a commendable to forestall inflationary
move Reynolds Knight alive and frisky From Yugoslavia health while the child was frail 1,000 similar operations have' of It. sidewalks, have already
thrusts and thus keep prices down, but NEW YORK Just as fathers comes a report of a and near death's door. been successfully performed by For so long the people in that paid for their walks, and with

labor has bothered and mothers may have suspect new test for throat cancer, still Dr. Potts, an eminent surgeon i Dr. Potts and his associates, and area had no one to complain to the city participating In half the
Organized evidently not even to ed all along, experts now claim the subject of research, that was the chief pedlatrlc; these living children owe a debt when the water was undrinkable cost of the new program is like

pay ear service to the proposal and in many that teen-age girls are a $6-billion utilizes an ultra-violet lamp and surgeon at Children's Memorial of gratitude to the courage and and when the toilets would assessing these people double

have hammered out raises Increased annual market for every tetracycline The possible Hospital In Chicago and professor skill of the doctor and his aidesas not flush but new they I and added they probably
cases or fringe
thing from cosmetics to soft elimination of operative procedures of surgery at Northwestern wen as to Diane's parents have got the city to hollei at would never even use the new
benefits that have exceeded the set drinks.To for curing gallstones is whose willingness to game with sidewalks.
guideline. I University Medical School and everybody loves to holler at He says it's unfair to
get a share of this sizable seen in dietary experimentsaimed 'Could he risk such a doubtful the life of their baby made it the city. the majority of the citizens to
The automobile industry settlements, for Instance market manufacturers are busily I' at reduction of fat in the operation although he and his all possible.And Of course the city can't do be taxed for walks they may

much as two the sponsoring contests of every diet. The amount of fat In the 'associate had not completed we should not forget the anything about the water yet never use.
were as over
percent suggested the
teeners
description
among diet was found In laboratory experiments their experiments and had no dogs, for while their part was that is they cannot economIcally His arguments do bear some
limit and they set a pattern for other who already number 11 million to have a direct con way of knowing what the results not voluntary, their love and put in a lot of costly 1m- merit, but also does the argu t
and increase
segments of industry are expected to nection with development of might be when the operation, a trust of humans made It pos irovements until the system Is ment that every citizen shouldbe
substantially as Korean war gallstones Out in Wisconsinsome very delicate one, was perform sible for them to contribute legally theirs so there are morally bound to aid in city-
The deplorable part of the situation is that two babies enter their teens. Amongthe aquatic biologists/ have ed on a human being? much to the welfare of man going to be trouble spots until wide improvements whether or ..
contests is to pick Miss
one wired bass for sound In order to Dr. Potts bad a hard decision kind. the contract for purchase Is not they directly benefit by
very important segments of society consumers Teen-Age America. study the migratory habits of signed and we understandthis said improvements.

and investors are not getting a fair break in the Advertisers executives and find sales these promotion various the fish. The goal is to discover is in the mill. A civic center Is a good ex-
how fish find their way back to I No CommentA I Folks with the wormy water ample. The person may never
deal When labor is allowed swallowup contests to be excellent their
organized to spawning ground without
of their patience awhile longer. go inside a civic center, but it
the entire productivity gain, and more, thereis ways to the Introducing youthful buyers products and error Government worker's lot Is elusive bargaining agents" for would be there for him to use
THINGS TO COME A newcamper's Pat and Mike were crossing a If the occasion ever arose.
no chance for the consumer to benefit by lower starting up a relationship that not a happy one, if the evl blocks of Federal employees, So there!
shovel only 18 Inches field when a bull came chargingat
can last for years. denctt that comes to hand the unions were quite bold
prices or for the investor to get a fairer return on RAIL CAR REVOLUTION long, over all, that is short these days is to be credited. in their endorsement of candi them. Mike went up a tree

the money he risk. The railroad freight equipment enough for easy packing but Despite the somewhat leaky dates. and Pat Jumped in a hole. The "Are you the" man who sold
being produced today is the sturdy enough for all camp jobs. protection of the Hatch Act, There is pressure to join bull Jumped over the hole and me my car? asked the man

"What's fair for the goose. is fair for the gan product of a technological revolution A new thermostat for hen which is supposed to keep the these unions. One actually en. turned and Pat Jumped out. over the phone. "Well" will you
The bull spotted him and charg' come over here?
dorsed the ticket and others
der," is an age-old saying, but still holds a lot of that sees new products houses, dairy barns, horse stalls, great swarms of civil servants have their ed again and Pat went to the I "No, nothing's wrong in par
in battlefields
or improvements old ones off the political) worn political preferences
and brooders. It is de-
truth. Since it is the capital provided by Investors being announced almost week plgstys for considerable complaint has on their sleeves. hole again. Pat again Jumpedout i ticular. I Just want you to say
signed precise temperature and the bull charged. This ,all you said then over to me
and the money spent by consumers that makes ly.The control that can mean healthier been heard around Washington Ne Secrets went on and on. Finally Mike now. I'm getting discouraged."
improvements in railroad that least the
at higher
animals For wintertime ice
possible the employment of labor, another 'guide equipment that have come in grades of Federal employeeswere The registration lists-which hollered, "Stay in the hole you

line ascribing to them a fair share of the productivity the past 15, years\ or even in 'built-in fishermen red there beacon Is that a reel flashes with "Invited" to 'expensive indicate party preference fool or we'll never get away Sorry we

gains, is certainly needed. the last 10, aregreater than in when a fish bites Ultra fund-raising party affairs. are open to political scrutiny, from here". Answered Pat, nlssed the el-
all the first 81 or 90 years of violet flashlight kit for biological They wrote letters to the as they must be. And Federal "You're a fool yourself" There'sa Action of of-

the industry's history.An and mineralogical studies. The editors of the three local employees have no way of bear In this bole. 'cers' of the

example of such improvement light Is less than 12 Inches long, newspapers, and to the three keeping their party preferencesecret. ,
20th Rainmaker Y'know it's for "oon Holler
tough us toget
Century Is the Center Flow
car and IIh( inches in diameter columnists who dally deal with I.
manufacturer by ACK Industries For Sunday brunch, a new hot the petty farts of Government It is only natural that Federal ; names correct anyway, but tab Smashing
Incorporated to carry tray with rotating bin for rollsor workerl lives Naturally, the employees under civil sere when two fellows. ..... from a lawI. r nd Oyster
Rainmaking 20th Century style is being greater quantities of dry b u I k buns. Leaves top clear for party cannot compel a Federal ice should be inclined to vote i firm and the Shuckin' Sas-

tried in Massachusetts where, according to the U. S. ladings. This car, called "100 dishes with food to be heated. employee to contribute $100 Democratic, for that's the i i names are Ken Fud 8lety. Heardtell

Weather Bureau, the worst drought in the area's history cars in 1," signalizes the com.pany's For drying sweaters, a 24- each for two or three separate party which expands: the Moran and Ken the party was a "smash
drive to give railroadsand ; Inch square nylon net screen affairs Government and believes in [ Morton it's ing" success Unkle Fuel, the
has extended for more than six months in four
shippers equipment that will fits four-legged frame that can Under Pressure Governmental solutions Those loubly tough. organizer and first president,
New England states move more and more varietiesof stand on countertop, In bath or I But this town Is, according who work In the bureaus are r We flubbed In has served well and in all the

liquid and dry bulk ladings shower stall. Air circulating to the polls, three to one Democratic confident too, that good and J I Friday's M W meetings he has presided over,
The New England drought plagued an area from faster, safer and more econom through screen helps dry and one's supervisorIs wisdom flow from the District Moron -when we heaped he has not once dropped his

Pittsfield, Mass., to Hartford, Conn., and from Haverhill ically. both sides of sweater at once. quite likely to be a party of Columbia to the rest of the praises on the head of Ken jug| of "corn squeezlngs", A

Mass, to Concord, N. H., and, reports the Center New Flow hatches on and top of the BITS O'BUSINESSElectron wheel. While a man might notion. They believe in their Moran for the fabulous Job be tremendous record. Welcome to

Associated Press, unless heavy rains come before new outlets car underneath a varietyof have ic and electrical sales in 1985 keep his Job despite declining Jobs.But did in "My Fat Lady", 'Scuseus Aunt Sophrony, Fud's "old wo
may hit a record high, topping to yield large hunks of his it Is also true that the Ken Morton but we r> man" as she takes the reinsof
the ground freezes, the area will be faced with a greatly Increased loading and and $44 billion The Departmentof pay, there will come a day kinds of people to whom the Iterate. your portrayal of the Sassiety. She probably
water shortage all winter. unloading efficiency speed, versatility Labor thinks the clerical labor when he must be consideredfor security of a life in civil sere Col. Pickering with only two should have had them In the

Today's equipment also force may double In the next a pay raise or promotion ice most appeals are not ad day's practice, was superb! first place.
Industrialists in the Fitchburg, Ma&a., area the joint effort of represents shipper 10 years, to 14 million persons. The Judgment of his superior venturous. They enjoy the

which had Its last appreciable rainfall on April 23, railroads and manufactur The hobby of making model can be controlling. And quiet backwaters of Government our daughter's content wasn't in North Brevard. Already the

have hired Dr. Wallace E, Howell, head of W. E ers to solve problems createdby planes is staging a comebackas the employees bear this in but not the aggressive up to par. After taking the time I first graders are on double
new products, or the needto the popularity of such kits mind when the bat is passed. scrapping of politics. to read the chosen ones, Irank'i shifts In some schools.
Associates of
Howell Lexington, to make rain over provide better shipping meth. for boats and cars also increases The Federal worker catchesit This campaign has seen a I ly some weren't as

the parched area, in the heart of the pulp wood ,ods for existing products. More than 600 firms have from the other side, too. great many Federal workers hers. As a of parent, perhaps school youeditor
I the
section. I The Ilght-weight, highvolumecars declared extra dividends in flit/ Since a Presidential order tugged and hauled into the This may sound like sour paper and
being produced today also 10 months of 1964, or some 30 "vent Into effect during this grapes but how Is this all ex board member can answer

Howell uses a propane fuel tank with a small ,answer the railroads' need for more than in same period in Administration authorizing the fray.Nobody could be more hap- plalned to youth? Why should some important questions.

generator to seed clouds with iodide crystals on greater revenue per car while 1983. recognition of unions as "ex- py to see an end to it classmates rate higher when In view of the classroom
I you know they've spent a fraction shortage why was Bayvtew
the efficient
jiving shippers more
which snowflakes form and produce rain when they of the time on their reports sold? What is the delay on the

reach lower levels. Despite his continued efforts, reports I PEACEFUL transportation.COEXISTENCE* r Letters From Readers I ? Must a family possess a Garden Street School? When

AP, only .07 of an inch of drizzly rain has fallen An American interpretationof typewriter and purchase individual will it be opened for classes?
those words and the Russian plastic covers for their When will there be an end to
the industrialized in
on highly 48 hour
city a definition two different scholars to make a mark? double first grade sessions (asa
period, and Howell wasn't taking full credit for this things, according are to very a man who Dear Editor-Seek Mall Service !. port by hand. I When the reports were exhibited L too, am a parent who addsIn' former elementary teacher I
: She worried that her report fifteen were marked consider this sit
amount. spent almost a quarter century Several families protest to allowing parentsto a deplorable
fighting Communism as a now numbering wouldn't compare favorably outstanding and five were type their children's reports. uation) and last, but by no
The Massachusetts Department of Water reported member of the Federal Bureau about 12, and soon to since so many of the students finalists. With the exception of Problem Parent means least doesn't the federal -
double that
a 30 percent water shortage in October and described of Investigation at Sherwood number Estates or more, were having their's typed. We a very few these were all typed. Concerned. About Scheeli government give extra mon
the situation! statewide Louis B Nichols, now executive living on tried to encourage her by pointIng Many also had each page en- Editor: ey for this extra burden of our
as a emergency Carpenter Rd. are hoping for closed In clear I read in In Brevard schools?
vice president of Schenley out that her neat penman a plastic cover Recently your crowding
Thousands of dairy farms are short of water in Ver Industries, Inc told a recent mail service soon. ship would be more impressive Very plush! paper that there win be a shortage Joan Magllevsky

mont and New Hampshire In Pennsylvania, the audience that "to most Americans office We understand department that Is consider.the post and appreciative. Our first reaction was that of elementary classrooms 60 Gardenia Circle

Crop Reporting Service said the winter wheat crop coexistence these words mean- peaceful live ing our request, but to date we T..T..T.Y.TT..TT TYT.TT.T..TTTYT .Y .
'you
has a start in a state which has I have been
poor an $300-milllon promised nothing de
there We live here. We will not
agricultural industry. finite. What we want is to be
affairs. You
Interfere In your
will not Interfere in ours, and so Included on the city delivery No Year's Wait
The autumn drought is f.r reaching and last on'," route or on the rural delivery

month was the driest October this century in Illinois But for the Communists, he route.

Wisconsin is experiencing its second driest autumn added, "the meaning of peaceful homes This already development contracted has for 50 'J, FOR
co-existence Is entirely dif
since records were begun in 1892 26 of ferent. It Is a complex strategic and many of them are under QQ

Minnesota's 87 counties have been designated din doctrine designed to serve the contructton.

aster areas and 28 of South Dakota's 64 counties I cause of the world-wide Communist In addition, there Is another y This Higher Rate
development across the road
movement In Its
prosecutionof
have been designated drought areas 14 of Mich- the world-wide revolution" which will soon begin construction

igan's 83 counties have been declared emergencyfeed I "The (Russian) policy of on another group

areas with more than 3,250 livestock producers peaceful co-existence is a policy Ray Marlowe Savings left by the 10$ of any month earn from the

threatened with liquidation of their estimated 38,480 of mobilizing the masses and 1st Savings insured up to $10,000 ((30,000 for a husband
Typing School l
launching vigorous action RtMrts and wife FSLJC of the U. S.
head of livestock.We against the enemies (all who Editor: ) by a permanent agency

oppose Communism) of peace," The letter from Mrs. Hunt. 'I'# 7" Government.
have all read of Pueblo Indians
doing a
Mr. Nichols said. andperk reminded me of an experience
masked dance to bring rain of the Hopi Indians SCIENCE IN TilE NEWS our daughter had at

snake-dance for rain back when the country was The day when medical sciencecan Parkway. :First eietrat SatrinosAtttclotltn

younger. It just might be that Howell can cook up replace an ailing human Parents could type the Current Dividend
heart with a new one may be lengthy reports that were as- Rat*
a scientific solution that will get the job done in this closer than we think. A New signed for the Science Fair. We Compounded sad liar ., TltusvllU

parched area. The Fitchburg industrialists had York City medical team earlier do not own a typewriter so besides StniAaauaUyOpn
in 1)64 performed a heart transplant the hours of research Downtown Office Brand Office
$9,000 worth of faith in his thus : our
what
ability ,
in a dog which now. six daughter spent/ additional hours I to 3 Dally Alee 4 to 7 Friday Waaklagtca at Mala US N. Coq&Juiese
they paid for the job.. months later, still is very much painstakingly copying her re- i




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Indian River City. South Titusville News end where et r Wty. Vatee's fMMWwAl niece. WCTowrlrt

Caret ene :C11M Scheel, A ISWIfT'S
Civic Association 'J'IWIIIe ftwrnat CM MMteg Dekapine AYMUt MYfM'fft''
The Indian River Ctty CMc sponsored by the North aMelderabte Unto at 1
Association met last Thursday Brevard CM Scouts SeE *MTten Material lrotiMtfti| Club
evening at the lisle Center Noel Lucas, Arts and Crafts daring the part two weeks while The fatten River (Itv Tour I
The membership drive report OonsuHaat has many gft ideas their ....A\8on, Kenny Gene M C** met at Mw CIVIc
showed there are now 71 paid for Christinas and other ooes- tyear-oM son of Mr and Mn tw tat Ktoomlay> t l'fII'I' Coupon .
up members One tiring orpin'baboo tons arranged for a nice show Kenneth fnrd of Christmas, TM: pm.Each Sp Iala Good Thru W.dn.sdat |
the Indian River City Instructions for all gifts will be was In the txwpital wtth a broken member \"AS'IIIIt'd I IIIpOI
Homemakers' Otto has turnedIn available. f I T arm \ to relate where and how
100 per cent quota. I Last Wednesday, Kenny's: they had spent their summer ICE CREAMFamous
A committee consisting of Universe' cousin Bobby Wise MM admitted vacation
Orion Exline Chairman Glen Mrs. Regina Cole has been y s Y\ for treatment Bobby Is the Due to the ftt'arnt'llS'If
Richmond Mrs. Kay Bair and. teaching a science unit on the six year-old mm of Mr. and Thanksgiving Day, the next cmered Gold Crtt.
Orion Wade was appointed to; "Universe" to her Stage U''| Mrs Bruce Tomberlin, aim of dish dinner and meeting J Half Gallon-assorted 5 C
bring in a list, at the next meetIng class and the students in Miss I Christmas Mill he held on Wednesday. 3
of specific points of neglectto Ruth Yost's room. I Nov l IRlII at t:00 p.m. rf]flavors 0
roads, streets and other facilities Both groups will visit the I) Refreshments were served! by
which should be maintained Central Florida Museum in Orlando -' T, Jaa leach the hostesses of the evening COUPON
Mrs Lawrence Vance and UHlan Davis and _
by the city next Bertha Deb
the
Friday. Visiting
aims, Larry and Joe, of 21S mond,
I' G.I1Wfre played
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Another Committee was ap Planetarium will bring to life I PHILLIPS JSX&
Coronado Blvd. journeyed to afterwards.
pointed to obtain facts on city what they have been studying --- ._
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water charges to residents in in class. --
the area for presentation at the I 12oi. Liquid /| "We
next meeting with recommendations
Field Rtq. 6c &i
for action Paul Wiley Trip 1
Stage II students in Miss ,,,,.
was appointed as Chairman of name 1 .Ia .n. M.n_wed 1y ,11
this committee with Mrs. Ann Christine Cambetes' room finished
their science unit by walking Ii
Hartzog and Bill Boa as members
down to the Fire Station In COUPON .
Indian River City. They learned -
At the conclusion of the bus how the Communication Sys.' P CHAP
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iness meeting Gary Bartlett, tern worked and the function of
al.r 1 {.
president of the Association introduced
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every piece of equipment on the y
George Sullins, Executive truck. .' Flttt'i lip balm [J]
Vice-president of the I .. c
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new Brevard National Bank, Rtg. 39e
American Education Weak
located in Indian River Plaza BANKER SPEAKS George Sullins right, executive ....,....
Mr. Sullins spoke on "why a The PTA Education Committee vice-president of Brevard National Bank, spoke -tl.l.nil" I aM ..*m Ww1'!' 1l/le/
National of Coquina Elementary to the Civic Association He
Bank" and also show Thursday evening. was
School the of
.with
ed a film on Inflation its the School, showed co-operation a movie introduced by Gary Bartlett president. nprw COUPON mranrw_
causes and remedies. I "Secure the Blessings for the 1 1
Some 25 persons were present Public" Thursday, Nov 12. mittee had all the parents rrg Mr and Mrs Levi Haynri In i FACIAL TISSUES"Nmoul
at this meeting, and those who This film showed the processof Ister for the drawing of a one Montana. The ilaynes live at ,
did not come, most certainly learning and getting along years' subscription of the PTA the North entrance to the Yellowstone I [ MortalSlN
missed an excellent talk. with others through Democracy Magazine The lucky winner National Park, where WII'' ..
of the public school systemin was Mrs Charlene Van they have a restaurant and 6C
Gift Craft ShawDon't these United States Beuren of 1261 Kingston Street motel Mrs. Robinson says that lot of 400-ltta,. 2ts
Forget the Gift Craft On Friday, Nov IS, there wasa Joey Sexton a sixth year as early as August, the mountains limit I mm .MUM l e":.wwa |luiIA
Show next Wednesday Nov. 18, visitation of parents with student, was a guest of the surrounding the Yellow
10:00: a.m. till 2:00 p.m. at the over 200 attending The com- Optimist Club in observance of stone Park were covered with .,,w.pit eel Si All IUnlanM e
'_" _" .u--... American Educational Week snow, and it was quite a novelty lotioN ered bto000ANt$'Ica, I __ffiMl COUPONEMERGENCY __
AU the class rooms at Coquina to be in the Park where r
re
Npwwotn.sesw.NN CANDLESI.
,4 k) had themes of American normal weather prevailed and .
yyS AIIvPU1KlS(
Educational Week on their bulletin see snow-capped: mountains all i
boards. Parents, studentsand around. ton ow ts.N Ie.1o 1eeeNWlpnANt .f 4-
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1 the well informed $t'oN NI N ka e FwrvoioMi 2f C.
n faculty were From Montana Mrs Robinson ,if sfIl I., for 15 ak10
of what American Edu went to Chicago where she Ib
cation Week stands for visited with the M 0 Robinson Illmrt I .i".. MUM thru Wwl 11/11)
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family She went on to the .-
Lengthy Vacation Savannah Ordnance Depot,
Mrs. Eva Robinson of 503 where her son, Julius! Is a 2nd
COUPON B
4 h Pine Lane, Is home after I Lieutenant In the Army She ., __
lengthy vacation extending from came home by train and plane DROP CLOTH
March till November. f /

M She first went to visit with In Hospital'
her daughter and Km-In.law Mattie and Ken Ford of 317 Ml 1.b. i Uft.MtcvyDiity C
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your Income from retirement benefits under Social Security or
YOUNG BREAKMAKER Jerri Harvey, left, is wanpiRg COUPON ._ eMR.
shown making bread in Miss Ruth Yost's Stage II any similar pension plan as a retired teacher government employee "
,classroom at Coquina Elementary School The students CLEAN

nutritional have values.been studying a unit on bread and its railroad man Army or Navy veteran you are eligible for .

membership In Eckerd Drug Stores Senior Citizen Club. Giant SiteUiuolfy / 49

NOW OPEN IN TITUSVILLE! e9cmFtuiWi
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Pink Ladies Circle Hibiscus Meets Garden At IRC Woman's Club To Host -j


Mrs. Dawson'sThe

cotta Neva And Notes Attend FallConference Hibfecus Circle, Titus- Brevard County Federation

oNortn ltrevardr
vile Garden Club, met Wednesday .
Counselor for Brevard
Indian River City Womans' County L
The
i 1:00: o'clock p.m., at the I host Her office is in the Rockledge
dub will be the
home of Mn Marlon Dawson Branch Court House and her
and Mn Edward Entgson in club for the Brevard County
calls for handling all
I Five members of the Jess Job girl!
Aurantla Mrs. E. A. Smith and Federation of Woman's Clubs delinquencies dependencies
... Pan-tan\ Memorial Hospital and
- I Mrs J. A. Sheridan
-- I were co-
I Auxiliary attended the annual next Wednesday, Nov. IS traffic violations in the Central

I fall conference: of the Aseotla hostesses The chairman in charge of .1 Brevard Area Mrs. Stroud will
: host of Florida Hospital Auxiliaries Upon arriving members and arrangements, Mrs. Nick (Lil speak on the various facets other

I held in Clearwater Nov. guests were served a delight Ban) Turopoljac, has chosen the Jot.
3 and .. ful dessert course of pumpkinpie Orlando Utilities Building Community i The Program Chairman is
r The members attending were topped with whipped Room, just south of TI. Mrs. James (Shirley) Plumb,
Mrs Bert Cass, Mrs Roy cream nuts and coffee, from a tusville on Route No. 1, as the first vice-president of the Bre-
Ramsey, Mrs. Paul Bamforth, beautifully appointed table centered place of meeting Coffee and I, vard County Federation
Mrs Paul Eatrada, and Mrs with an arrangement of donuts will be served from I:30 Mrs Laurence (Claret) Simons
4ni l i7 I W. J. Moore. i fan flowers Mn Paul Bam until 10:00: a.m. by Mrs Char is reservation chairman for the
Registration was held Nov 9 forth presided at the coffee service les (Jean) Hecklemoser, Mrs. luncheon. The luncheon tickets

5t until 2 p.m. Reports, bylaws, Lewis (Thelma) Rowell and are $123 each. Call or write/
election of officers was the Following the social hour, the Mrs. Theo (Rose) Mitchell Mrs. Simms, 430 Abbott Avenue
business of afternoon. In the business session was conductedby Programs will be distributedon 32738, or 267-4321 Reservations .
evening a reception of the AHA Mn Bamforth, chairman. which Mrs. Lawrence (Jill) must be in by Tuesday,
was held in the Fort Harrison Reports were heard from the FUnk, assisted by Mrs Lau Nov 17
West Room and the Auxiliaries standing committee chairmenon rence (Clare) Simms, did the The dessert will be home.
were Invited to attend. the progress of their activities artwork. made pies by Mrs. William
I The next day, Nov 6, the ( A brief report was given The business meeting will begin (Glenda) Johnson: Mrs L E
V general session started at 1:30: by Mrs. Bamforth of the board promptly at 10:00: a.m. The (Grayce) Mclendon, Mr. Jam
y a.m. Three speakers were on meeting she attended with Mrs. speaker will be ton ulorla: es (Shirley) Plumb and Mrs

the agenda for the morning William J Moore. It was announced Stroud, Assistant juvenile Lewis (Thelma) Rowell.

Mr, L R. Jordan, Admtnlstra that the Hibiscus Circle
tor of the University of Florida win sponsor the sale of
4'o Teaching Hospital Gainesville, liquid plant food as one of the NB United Churchwomen
;, rt rt'e spoke on the "Need of the Hos financial projects. I
pital for Volunteers". Organ!. Mn Floyd M Lee and Mrs
zatlon Standards, and Princi Roy Ramsey were elected! to Observe World Community'The
pies was the topic of William membership in the circle ,

A Taylor, administrator of Mrs. John Sheridan, Mn. Albert United Churchwomen of Beth Scoble president enrolled

Miami! Duties, and Responsi Todd and Mrs. Raymond North Brevard enjoyed the hospltality coffee and donuts and a social
billties of the Director of Volunteers I Nethlng were welcomed as of the First Methodist hour preceding the program

was given by Dr. Merrill guests. Church of Indian River City on Mrs. Thomas Jackson, a past
F. Steele, administrator of Mrs Fred L. Salter presentedthe
world Community Day, Nov. C.swentytwo president, welcomed the women
1'1" Bethesda Memorial Hospital, program In the form of a
4 women representing and Introduced Mrs. Scobie
who"
Boynton Beach. After lunch panel discussion of the projects
the Flr t Methodist Church is he rsecond term
serving as
eon each member went to their planned by the Circle for with
in the Tltusville area, Mrs. .
president.Mrs.
t own individual truction classes the coming year It was also
announced that Charles Heckelmoser Introduced
Ir plans are In the
.i jl t
1$, r t dM The highlight of the conference making for the annual Flower Rand AssociationTo Rev Robert Laddcl! ,

r.k for the five attending Show four of Homes, scheduled Meet Nov. 19 who spoke of needs of the Migrant (
members, was their stay at the for early spring. Mn worker and the help given .

Governors Suite in the Jack Fred Salter will serve as gen. The November meeting of the them by United Churchwomen .
I Hp I I1M Tar Hotel. eral chairman. in order that each child may
w Titusville School Band Association 1
ei
Mrs Paul Bamforth and Mrs receive a gift at Christmas.
will be held Thursday
W J. Moore were surprised Round Dance Club Vov. It at 7:30: p.m. in the This was the final meeting of I

when finally after many hoursof To Organize; First high school band room. the United Churchwomen for the
trying to get a room, due to year 1964 World Day of Pray U
a mix up in reservations, they Meeting TonightA All band parents should attend er, May Fellowship Day and FrJo
were, told to go to the assigned I to hear plans for opera. World Community Day will be
f w'R' room only to find it was the meeting will be held tonightto I lion of the two Christmas tree observed in 1965 with places and 50no
Governors SUite. organize a Round Dance Club, ots. Salesmanship techniques dates to be announced later

vu YMCA sponsored by the Tltusville I will be discussed by John Glar- 6,

Mims WS.C.S. To The meeting will be held at i russo.The program will feature Joe
Meet 7:3D f: p.m. In the building formery Courson FLOWERS IY FRAN"Notfctibly
Tuesday i high school band di. bevs
the Indian River
occupied by
rector, who will explain the Superior"M.mb.r1
By Mrs Gilds McL.ndon City Post Office, corner of Magnolia selection and training of the ri.,UI.> T.I. ne114e,5
I and Coquina Avenues band's Hit Gordon St. 2(721)5
majorettes. Refreshments -
4 o
The Woman's of
Society will follow the
Dancing organizational
[JIr di:1" .,. I Christian Service of the M i 1m. meeting will be served t6G

Methodist Church will conclude John King executive director
FIRST 'YARD OF THE MONTH'-Mr, and Mrs test Each month a different yard will be chosen I their' study course on Tuesday of the YMCA, stated that
Jules Crombez, right, were th. first winners in the by a secret Judge. Shown above as they make the evening Nov 17 at 7:30: p.r.t. square dancers and all those In- A La Marick Salon is always near youl!
tthi
"Yard of the Month" contest sponsored by the Tltusville presentation are Mrs Hans T. Walker, left who designed They will be dealing with new terested in couple dancing rou- Melbourne Cocoa Orlando
Garden Club The winners will have the the marker\ and Mrs. Ike Rigell, chairman of nations in Africa. tines set to music are invitedto Daytona Beach tocol

,honor of having a marker placed in their yard show the City Beautification committee of the Titusville There will also be a short skit attend.
'''Ing that they were the 'winners of this month's con. Garden Club.-S-A Photo led by Mrs William Duff and a, Classes for beginning basics TITUSVILLEi Op.a 9 a.m. to' p.m. Monday I latf

.. sound film strip entitled "Faceto and intermediate rounds are Wednesday Friday Toes and Sat. 'Til S p.m.
'Violet Huqhlett the Future". Mrs Sanford planned and will be taught by 'itgt

Florida Greeters Newcomers'To WSC.S. Circle Mayo and Mrs. William Duff ,are Phil Belts, a member of the
Round Dance Council of Flori
secretaries of Missionary Education
The Violet Hughlett Methodist and have been in chargeof da.Those November --
I W.S.C.S. Circle met last Thurs the study sessions Mrs. desiring further information t lem
day evening at the home of Miss Wayne Broom will lead the may call John King, 207- T /
Install At Luncheon Nov. 18 Mamie Love 309 S. Washington worship service. 8924 or -9133. Ruth Duff -. 267-
Ave., for Its November meet The meeting will be held in 0485 or Mary Henson 267 6484. permanentwave U

Ing the church new educational Routh Circle MeetsAt tY1ti
The Florida Greeters Newcomers Club. Cards will be played from t building and all ladles interest
I I Mn Bill Williams
presentedthe
will hold their installa I Florence Meeks of Florida to 11:43 am preceding the ed are cordially invited to at. Church Tuesday L
entitled "Our
tin luncheon Wednesday, Nov Greeters Service, will serve as luncheon. Mrs Charles Kestler, program tend I M
Children and Theirs" and Mrs.II. The Routh Circle of
the
I 18, at Whispering Hills Country installing officer 2677133, Is the reservations I First 0rl
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D. llamm
the devotional
gave Presbyterian Churchill meet
New officers to be Installed DAR Group To Meet
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Tuesday Nov 17 in the church SALE
are: Mrs. Patricia Rechlln, I Srat
fvrJoiaj president, Mn Patricia Shack Members made tray' favors Tuesday Afternoon lounge at 9:30 a.m. I ti 't5i ll

Icford vice.president: Mrs' during the meeting. to be givento Rev, Joseph E Boatwrlght A baby. sitter will be provided atG

Vrj. Mary Tamott of Lakeland of the supper meeting! next, Wednesday < I(I Lucy Taylor, secretary: Mrs wwk the hospital Thanksgiving I, pastor of first Baptist Church, each wave priced! \ t Lt f
a former resident of Titusvillc night at the : I Mary Overholt treasurer: Mrs Mims, will speak to membersof Past Chief's Club 1J
Is visiting friends here, Mrs Ford served key Churc"1(Clara Crow, corresponding secretary Those attending were: Mrs. I the Indian River Chapter, complete J s 1L
and candles i ; Mrs. Phyllis Marti Carolyn I.upo. Mrs. Ernie Daughters of the American Revolution Slates Supper
the Ruth Circle nf the First Guests present were a, social chairman, Mrs. Vivian Brown. Mn II D. llamm I Tuesday, with: tiC.ndldonine t.Ti
Presbyterian Church will hold I Jessie Peppers Mn Grace McPhllllp service chairman and I Mrs. John Davis Mn Cary The afternoon meeting begin The Past Chiefs Club of the TiI.

US regular meeting at the Scoble and Mn J. M Ward Mn Anne Steele, publicity tannard, Mrs James Trimble .nlng at !:SO. will be held at ihe j Pjthian Sisters will hold Its I.C
church beginning at 9 a.m. tomorrow nun Mrs J. 0. Funfrock became chairman. Mrs. Esther Slcman. Mrs. Bill home of Mrs. Thomas Smith, annual covered dish supper at ShtmpwHilr I.I
Castle
Hall, Monday, Nov. 16,
Williams and Mrs Willa Rank-
a member of the circle, teoi: Oriole Court .
Ion Mls! Love's sister who Is Any visiting member Is 1m'It. I at 6 pm.
V.FW Auxiliary Cards will follow in the evening r
Girl Scouts Slate visiting from Roslclare III
Mrs 0 S. Ration and sisterMrs ed to attend the meeting and OPEN
Florence Cox of Dallas Gift Craft ShowNoel : To Meet Tonight I The next meeting will be the may call Mrs. Smith at :67-07D7.1| i r
Christmas together Dec. hrtamllnd MON.
Center, Iowa, have returned to on I G
Lucas, Arts and Crafts Tltusville 4US Veterans e HAM S"E.R' 5 Cut J
their winter home here. They Auxiliary 10 at the home of !Mrs\ Lillian Garden Clinic i ,
I sod
consultant for the North. lire- of Foreign Wars, will Benzenhafer 410 Robbins Ave. I
were accompanied by Mr and J'E"W E t E R'Sitwtr" 1f
Mrs Floyd JIaldcman who have vard Girl Scouts, announces a hold a business meeting Monday Each I Is asked to bring a home The weekly Garden Clinic FR!. 1I
Gift Craft Show, Nov 1 II, at the made gift to be exchanged. for ornamental plants will beheld tf ..!"'" ('
returned to their home In Dallas "
Nov 16, at 7:30: pm. at 71LG
Center. W oman s Club on Hopkins Ave, Tuesday morning, from umi ruur
The exhibit, from 10 am. to the Post (Home 10 am until noon at the .. .. ," Sylt4 S 1

Members of the First Presbyterian 2 p.m., is especially for A complete report of the recent Personals County Court House in Titus Sot c
Brownie and Girl Scouts but Sale will be
Church here will\ hold I Buddy Poppy Dr and Mrs. D. W Kelly of vllle
for adult the public Is Invited to profit given (t this time I Everyone' Is welcome to bring v
potluck members
at supper the church Wednesdayat from the many gift Ideas for All members are urged t to attend Culpepper, Va. have returned any plant problems they may La Marick Style Permanent Waves 4v

6 p.m. The Miriam Circle of l year.round giving and bring a gift for the I to Tltusville for the winter and have according to S. A. Rose TELL among the world's finest 4t
the Woman's Association will be Over 30 examples of nice Xmas Shelf at Lake City, V.A. are occupying their home at Assistant County Agricultural ,
hostesses. gifts the girls can make for Hospital 203 Grants Ave. Agent. THEM La Marick La Fan Cold Wave 688

A feature of the meeting will time family and or friends, with will a little be comparable watt, 12,50, only ........
be a talk by Mrs. Eugene Kellersberger Imagination I ABOUT t
who will attend fie on display along with instructions Petal Perm Cream Oil Cold Wave ,
for each. Included will be Coiffures
cupper Kcllcrsbcrger with her Sho husband will speak, Dr.on dried flowered stationary, recipe 'I Imperial LCOME Comparable wave 1500. ........ 788

holders toys, plant hold J
theirI ork as missionaries WAGON
ers, serving trays, to mention a La Marick Astre Lanol Wave ,
among the lepers. few II I7.. telw If e .lady eta w comparable wave 23.00. Only ........... 988
Mrs. Lucas that all ) JIlt ... .
The Naomi Circle of the Flnt urges I .. It till rw sseeana. NMamsM.
I Scout leaders attend since |
Presbyterian Church met with 1 nnoiinccS wawa 11wy eM as M.*. w clan
of the Ideas can be used .... NIGHT! OWL SPECIAL S .. f
Mn George Ford at her home many tile ... .. "' P. M.
on Diane Drive last Friday afternoon .I In troop activities throughout .r ,.. The Opening of ..... ... a. .. Ns... ku Mil with each wore e boMU rf La Marick
the year She will be at the .. ...w .. .... AN Purpose Stamp..
The devotions were given
by Mrs. 0 S. Barton and I show to anwser of any the questions craft Their Salon of Distinction 1M 5 :: lUtail Value .. .. ... t7c
regarding
any
Mrs Mary Talbott Mrs. W. E I r
Ideas. \ for the women of ,
Ziegler presided. ,
A business meeting was held jj Distinction I Stylists Prices Slightly Higher
and an announcement was made 2010Tua.ee.
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Medical Auxiliary MeetsThe University WomenTo

Meet Nov. 17 e ti

Brevard CouMy Medical Corps. The couple married' and
The November of the
Auxiliary was extremely fortu returned to the states in 1947. meeting
Titusville Branch of the American
nate In having one of its own While the physician served his
Association of '
members, a former Pulioh un residency at Children's Hospital University
derground worker speak at their in Columbus, Ohio. Mrs. Arnault Women will be held on Tuesday
held Nov. 17, at 8 o'clock at the
monthly meeting Tuesday. attended St Mary's of theSpring's
Nov. 10 at the Clliaen's Bank in College there studying Cittoens Bank
The will be Dr Andrew
Tit usville. government and English. A few speakers I
R. Farinaccl Chief Clinl
She Is Mrs. Blake Arnault, years later they settled in thedoctor's
the wife of Dr. Blake Arnault a home town of Memphis, cal Psychologist at the Brevard "
in Cocoa. Tenn and began raising their County Child Guidance Center NEW DAWN
new pediatrician They
and Edwin W, Van Vranken,
reside at 1234 Birkdale family.
p Royal ,
"I want to do 1 Psychiatric Social Worker at the HAIR COLOR
Circle in Rockledge. Their (am everything
Brevard County Child Guidance
for both children and $148
ily is completed by Mary Ann, can my
13 years old and twin sons Pa my country," Mrs. Arnault said. Center They will discuss careers Rog. 100 Limit 1
in mental health.
and Mike 12 years old. "Because I have seen communism M
j j Since her arrival In the llnit.I in action, I know it can Dr. FarinaccI was formerly With Coupon Only

I led States, Mrs. Arnault has been 'destroy us without a shot being staff psychologist at the Ilendwson Coupon Good Thru Wednesday, November II
Clinic in Fort Lauderdale
active In American politics anda fired once we fall asleep. Com
tireless worker against com munism Is not a mass move and was supervisor of the psy
Interns at the clinic. He!
a munism. ment but a determined action chology
a also served as a consultant to
by a few
"Everyone can do something I
to work against communism" "Less than five per cent of all the Browsed County Board of

and Russians belong to the Communist Education.Mr. .
she stated. "We can study VO S
party yet they control the Van Vranken was former
duties
learn how to perform our '
country. Americans not ly a member of the social scrv.
and to work against It. To may
prevent communism from taking think so, but the same thing can Ice staff at the Henderson ClinIc REME RINSE
shouldbe happen here," she cautioned In Fort Lauderdale lie also C
over our country, people
served the staff of resl Rog. 1.00 Limit 1
f alert." The blessing of living In a free on a J

ti ;1t i r "Under communism and oth land Is too often taken for grant. dential treatment center for With Coupon Only

J er forms of dictatorial govern. ed by those who have never emotionally disturbed childrenin
California. Coupon Coed Thru Wednesday, November UJ5"
ment you cannot speak freely been deprived of it, believes
= I about your political choice," she Mrs. Arnault The meeting will be open to 5 520'a
pointed out "Americans should "We must remember If you the public and the club extends

it- lake advantage of their freedom are to sustain our way of life a special Invitation to High

to talk politics. It Is healthy for that our government must be a School and Junior College students

a1 s1 them to talk and to listen." government; for the people and .

NEW GWWC OFFICERS New of. president; Mrs. Eva Conway, historianand Mrs. Arnault speaks from by the people and not a govern. Mrs. Charles Rhodes, president l.I l. -TABLETS 4

'fleers for Gateway Welcome Wagon Mrs. Janet Kostakos, second vice first hand knowledge gained ment to control the people," she I announces that a board'.
from personal experiences dur emphasized."The meeting will be held at 7 o AnahislReg.
Club were elected recently and are president. Absent from picture were Super
ing World War II. Early in the Important thing is to clock.
busy planning forthcoming events for Mrs. Susan Holland, recording secre-
war, while she was a teen vote in all elections "The good dY tie Limit 1
the of newcomers. Seated from tary; Mrs. Helen Hermanson, treas.
group
student at Warsaw's Nazareth people who elect the bad politicians Art League To View
left are Mrs. Helen Nygard, corresponding urer and Mrs. Lou Gammon, chap age School, the Nazis arrestedher are those who sit at home With Coupon Only ,

secretary; Mrs. Vi Bramhall, lain.-Carlson Photo. professors and closed the and don't vote." Flower ArrangingA Coupon Good Thru Wednesday, Ntvombor U

first vice president; Mrs. Gloria Rust, school. demonstration! on Christmas

"It seemed like the end. East Coast Dancers Still-life flower arrangingby

"They did not want us to havean Fran Partelow of FlowersBy

Congo Missionaries Will Speak education;'there was no hope I Number Over 200The Fran Will highlight,: the Wednesday ,\ :-1

for teenage. vf the
Nov 18, meeting
East Coast Darners held
lost she! CARVING
I" "We had something Titusville Art League \1
their Nov 6 dance at the Cocoa
To Presbyterian Wed. continued. "You never how know nvich until Armory with Vaughn Parrlsh ol The mertlnff will be held in. I
Groups you lose something the Art League. building adja BOARD "
1-. you miss it," Boulder, Colo, calling to over cent to the library beginning at $.99 1Ii"E
WO square dancers from Fort
After this Mrs. Arnault made
The Womens Association and Georgia, where she earned a American Leprosy Missions contacts with the Polish undct.ground Lauderdale to Titusville and Or. 8pm. R.,. $1VI Limit 1 & ,

the Mens Council of the First B.A. and at New York University Dr. and Mrs. Kellersbergerare lando. All members, IUl'stsoarid ft With Coupon Only .'
as of her school.
Presbyterian Church will hold a where she earned a M.A. much in demand as lecturers many Door prizes of a $10 gift visitors are Invited to attend '
did. The next were
Joint meeting and covered dish She is a graduate of Biblical and all the members of the mates years certificate to Ruth's square 4 Coupon Good Thru Wdnotdiy., November ItIIEG.
full of She became an
Wednesday In New York and church Invited to attend changes. BIRTH ANNONCCMtNT .,,, ",.. ,. \
supper in the church on Seminary ser are expert at demolitions, her mission Dance Shop In Palm Bay were ": .oIt'\\1I': "I 1(" "
November 18 1964 at ved as a Presbyterian missionary and hear this Interesting pair. .' : .__
being to blow up ammunition won by Tom Elklns and Janet Mr. and Mrs. Marshall D.
6,00 pm. from 1930 to 1941. From Miriam Circle will act as trains.In I Brinth, both from the Canaveral Hyatt of Sit Vaughn M" proud. .

Highlight of the evening will 1941 to 1953 Mrs Kellersberger hostesses to the covered dish 1944 the underground order. Squares In Cocoa ly announce the arrival of

be a talk by Dr. and Mrs. was Publicity Secretary for the supper. ed her to Lithuania to work as I Chairman Bob Stone announced their first child a daughter,

Eugene R. Kellersberger They I a translator for the Germans. that the dancers should save Carmen LeAns Nov 7, at .Orange LSO

will tell of their experiences as Jaycee Wives Take School Her Job was to assign under. their old tickets because their Memorial Hospital, Or. : '
Missionaries to the Belgian On High ground agents to missions of admission to the gala New lando. The Little Miss weighed I'4EDI QUIK i'
To Aid
Congo from 1916 to 1940 and Projects distraction in Germany Year's Eve Dance at the Eau 7 11>1., 15 01 99c

their work with the American In Club ConstructionDiscussions In three months time she had GalUe Civic Center, which the Proud grandparents are Mf LImit, t

Leprosy Missions from 194053. PTSA Begins sent 965 agents to Germany before East Coast Dancers are bponHor- and Mrs. Wade McGee: of WIth Ceupon Only '

;'Dr. Kellersberger attended of the coming club they became suxplitous ing, will 1 be any ticket to a prcv- Cherrydon Trailer Paik, frankD. Good
Coupon Thru
November II
He University of Texas wherehe bake sale and the participationwith The Nazi planted a decoy and loss dance. Irv Elias from Hyatt, Jr of Satellite Beach' Wednesday,

earned a B.A. and Washington the Jaycees in sponsoringthe Member DriveThe Gestapoents arrested her After Waycross, Ga., will call this I and Mr and Mrs. Leonard M.

University at St. Louis 10 months In a concentrationcamp dance. Banks of Stanton Va
New
Year's
Eve Dance,
where he earned an M.D. He Parent Teacher Stu at Relchsnau, Mrs. Arn The remainder of the dances

later became a D.J.M. & H. at were held by Titusville Jaycee dent Association of Titusville ault was liberated by the U,S. planned will all be held al the 7
Wives Tuesday night. Eau Gallic Civic Center on /
the London School of Tropical School will hold Its Army
High membership HELENE CURTIS Plus
New Yea r'. t ,i Egg
Medicine and in England Her life from then on turned Saturday nights ( .
Hygiene
lie Is also ordained During the regular meeting, drive during the monthof Into a happy one. It was while Eve exception).
an '
gospel minister of the Presbyterian held at 8 p.m. at First Federal November. caring for wounded Polish soldiers The Dancers are all looking SHAMPOO

Friendship Room, the bake sale In a hospital at Rhelnn, forward to their Dec. S dance ct666
Church, U. S. Volunteer mothers will be
chairman, Mrs Albert Bender, France, that she met Dr. Arn with Tex Brownlie calling There Reg. $1.00 1 Limit 1 '
'While serving as a medical making a personal, house to will be door
announced the Jaycee Wives ault who Will serving as a cap prizes given awry 'I With Coupon Only
Missionary to the Congo he was house contact with parents of tain In the U.S. Army Medical hen, too
awarded several decorations by I bake sale, to be held in front of --- I I Coupon Good Thru WeJnotdoy, Nov.mljer II
the students.In .
the Belgian government for Publlx Market with proceeds to '

colonial services. Among them go toward the Jaycee clubhouse the Interest 1 of your child,

Were Chevalier, Royal Order of under construction on Singleton parents are urged to make every
lion; Chevalier\ Royal Order
Avenue. effort to Join the PTSA 1
of
Crown; and Officer, Royal

Order of Crown. In 1957 he President Mrs James Lovan, and attend the meetings, planned d i. Jr/do 1"t OLD SPICE-AlUr Solve Ic Cologne

received an Alumul Citation announced all wives of Jayceesare to ensure continued interestof ?

from the Washington University Invited to the Nov. 19 Jaycee the parents as well as the GIFT SET

School of Medicine. meeting at the clubhouse. students. "" $177

General'Dr. Kellersberger Secretary of served American as was Full promised cooperation to Mrs.from Steven the club Are you as a parent doing for a maiion.j Career.a Lifetime ol Happiness! R f. 11,St Limit 1

Leprosy Missions for thirteen Pantano when she announced your share in the future of the Wet Coupon On'yCop

years and was sent as a representative plans to help the Jaycees with I young people? The goal U 100 i n Gaul Thru Wolniidiy. Nov.mbor II
of the United States the forthcoming New Year's Eve per cent membership and any riorldi U a land of discovery. If It'* althUoelnr you're after, take a look at the

Government to the World Lep I ball for the public. I one wishing to help in this campaign Kennedy nation Or'anything; 'In Augustine between.ApnrU'Tnr .-or the nation a "'w,'r industry at Cope

rpsy Congress in Cairo I Li asked to contact Mrs.
trnfinf t im.A I Mrs. Donald Jones, chairman
Egypt In 1938 and to Havana, Nancy DeSerios, 2(7-1(78, mem of lake and :
river I Or try a ample of Florida year rN.d calf.! t
of the sale announcedthat
candy
Cuba' in 1948 the sale well I bership chairman Tanrri'The mlwilt Indu.trinand that revere everything from pitatlr to I
He also served as a representjtlve was underway computer prommmi nwd munpov/er And 10,tn the new cnmmulltle.tlt..& t JUST LIKE GRANDMA USED
them h be iprmginf up daily throughout the'IIte.l'.opl.are dlKoverlni florid ,
for the American Leprosy I
Mrs. William 11. Clark and
I by the hundreds of thouiandi every year,
Missions at the World Leprosy Mrs. Steve Pantano announced I Learn Halrsirllng Nowf \t\: i ,* p-adj made r irlda/nur h"ine or j a.l i rur winter playground Fcalhcr Duster!!
Congress in Madrid, Spain the next meeting will be held there< it more to it than r .i know It Uln a lift' "N I tn < >w, !
In 1953. He is a Fellow in the Nov. 24 at the home of Mrs. WOODY'SHafntyling Sunshine State. and 1&'. well worth the time. 53c

Royal Geographical Society in Douglas Ahrens, 80 Fairglen. All I Itutltut : Reg. 7*. Ll, rlt 1

England, a member of the members and guests are urgedto 2504 McRne St. I e .- I I1tY With Coupon Only

American Society for Tropical bring an article that can be ....
Orlando. 4248573MaternaLjne .. I II > Counon Good Tt-r W.4.... e'
Medicine, the International auctioned for the Jaycee Clubhouse I I I I

Leprosy Association, the New fund. 0 I
York Society of Tropical Medicine .
Two new members were welcomed
the New York Academy
into the club: Mrs. An.
.Sciences and serves on the Ad. .t feint.
OF ORLANDO rr
drew Workum, and Mrs. Robert ,I
vSsory Committee on Leprosy Other members tlILE FITS ALL LEATHER
Mosley present .,
of the U. S. Public Health Ser Central Id. Meat
were Mrs Thomas Montgomery, Complete, Maternity' Shopit I Io'
\ ce. He coauthored with his Ij
Mrs. Robert McConnell, Mrs. j Men's Gloves
wife, Julia Lake Kellersberger, .... I.cer .
Donald Heacock Mrs. Dale
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"Doctor of Happy Landings. ..t BOOTH OB4VOB AVK.OArtfM 1 I 99c
Mrs. Kellersberger la also Freeman, Mrs. J' h n Hopkinsand sane Rye $1.N llmlt

Mrs. Dalton Cairns. ... .. ..*.". "'.. With Coupon Only
Crowes"
the author of "Congo

JGod's: Ravens", "Life nl Coupon Coed Thru Wejnetdey, November II
Wrought Gold" "Salt Baby I CHARLES SLADE m

ahd 'Life for Congo", Mrs I Osborne- Poppell RARE COINS

Kellersberger was; educated at
Furniture Co. Inc.
Wo Buy end Pay Mr
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k arty**, Stock. Coin! Around
Interior Decorating III N. Orange, Orlando, 42S-490
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771 Palmetto 4JII071 Sonotone of Orlando With Coupon Only

1007 N. Mitts, Orlando:GA MISS i
-- _.- New Smyrna teach Murray S. Ung Dltt. Mgr.MI Coupon Coed Thru Wednesday, November II
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Assembly Of f God Annual ., C.A.Dale and Hubert Sink Representatives Wilder Orlando of ;Sanford Sunday Rev., I Engineers Award lock Confrcrcf I BIRTHDAY HAPPY

I School Representative; and Tuesday, November.

Rev. Thomas Shields, Cape Army Engineers In Jacksonville .to get underway within the next valves located within the lock The barge canal has already Mrs. John R. Odom

District Conference HereBy Canaveral,. Director of Men'sFellowship. today awarded a S3.9 SO days. Completion Is scheduled chamber. When the level of I been excavated to to scheduled Mrs. Fred Waller

million contract to two New to take about 1-ft yean, the water In the lock chamber 12-foot depth from the St Mrs. Alex Shapiro
( Vera York Simmon) Blonaries and their families. I The night services began at York firms for construction of Colonel Parfitt said. Is equal to the water level In south of John Hickman
The annual conference of Mrs. H lie 1 M centyre, 7 o'clock with the showing of a the SL Johns Lock, the first the St Johns River, or In the Johns River Just Mrs. John HIckman
Section I of the South Florida W.M.C. representative for Sect. film entitled "Rivers Of Living navigational lock to be con The 000-foot long and SHoot Oklawaha River floodplaln Palatka, westward to the site Joesph Warrirwflon
District of the Assembly of I, reported that the 23 churches Waters." The film depicted the strutted on the $158 million wide lock will llaIr-step barges depending upon which dJrect'nthe of the St Johns Lock. Plans Jane Rae Miller
God Churches met Monday, comprising the section recently growth of the Assembly of God Cross Florida Barge Canal and pleasure craft 20 feet boat is traveling the lock call for a quarter mile plug of Mrs. Eddie Smith
9 at the local Assemblyof raised $1,000 for transporatlon organization since its beginning above the level of the St Johns gates open and permit the ves I.earth to be left In the canal excavation Wednesday November" 11
Nov. Brookfield Construction Co.
of the Burton K. Arno In 1914. River level Purpose of the route so the St Johns Mrs. Grover Wright
God at 1212 W. Main St In expenses Inc. and Construction sel to continue its trip.
W. J. Cox Is family who will leave in the The conference concludedwith Baylor lock one of five to be constructed Lock can be constructed "in Mrs. C. J. Enright
Titusville. Rev. near future for overseas mission a brief message by Rev.J I Corp. submitted a joint bid of on the 1S7-mve-ang Water to operate the St the dry", Colonel Parfitt point. Alfred Carlile
pastor. at 11 a.m. : duty. D. Courtney.The 5,5M,300 to construct the lock. canal Is to maintain groundwater Johns Lock will be provided by ed out The plug will be bulldozed Mrs. Mattie Louisiana
The services began The
with a worship service. Rev. : The WSJ W.MC project for Assemblies of God in lowest Joint of venture 14 submitted bid was when the at or near Its normal a reservoir which will be out when the lock Is Mary Ann Miller

Ralph Frances of Daytona Section $ will be to supply Florida are divided Into two bids were level constructed across the Okla completed. Mrs. E. B. Pirtle
5
opened Nov. by
and major districts the West and Mrs. E. H. Prescott
stainless steel flatware ,
Beach addressed the congrega District Engineer CoL! H. R. The lock chamber is a huge waha River, about seven miles
the South Florida Districts. Each Miller
for Robert
tion and spoke concerning the fiberglass serving trays Parfitt concrete box with giant barn-
from the lock site. Contractfor Needs!
coldness and unconcern that cafeteria at South Eastern district contains: 10 sections, like doors or gates on either Printing Mrs. J. C. Price
people sometimes exhibit to Bible College at Lakeland at a eact headed by a Presbyter. To be located some eight end. The large gates are closed construction of the Rodman See The Carolyn Anne Roof

ward one another and cited recent cost of $70. There are 200 A.S.C. churchesin miles southwest of Palatka ,Just when a vessel enters the lock Dam is scheduled, to be awarded Advocate Alice Jones
news events where such Mrs. Pat Stuckey representedthe the South Florida District off State Road II, the St Johns and the lock chameber is filled In mid-1965, according to the Star Bruce McCormickB.
attitudes made the difference local W.M.C. group at the 340 In the entire state, and a Lock construction Is scheduled with water In 8-10 minutes by Army Engineers. W. WingoNance's
between life and death. conference and Mrs. Carol Car- total of 10,000 churches to the

He urged upon his hearers den represented the Mlsslonet- U. S. -
'love and In tel, a missionary program for Individual members number
the need for mercy '
over half a million In the U. S. .
girls.
other.our relationships" His text was with taken one from an The election of sectional officers with a total membership, domestic .

Matt. 274. The verse describes for the coming year and foreign, of approxi 4( Tire Store
the attitude of the religious followed. Elected were: Rev. mately 2H million. '$
leaders toward Judas when Ralph Frances, Daytona Beach, The Assemblies of God, with

he in desperation and remorse, Presbyter; Rev. Stafford An headquarters In Springfield,
returned the 30 pieces of silver derson, Melbourne, Secy.; Rev. Mo., support 900 foreign missionaries
paid to him for the betrayal of Shomate, Merritt I Island, and have more Bible
Christ Home Missions Director; schools In foreign countries

After the morning service an Rev. Crawford Ralley, Orlando, than any other denomination.

open discussion was conductedby I
Rev. J. D. Courtney, South

Florida District Superintendent, Brevard County Zoning Office
concerning financial matters of
PRECAPS
the district.

The afternoon meetings be Notice Of Public HearingTO AuaT tiuutt 5IV1 ,,, I trnG auDGET
gan at 2 p.m. with Rev. Bob
Grille as the first speaker. },
WHOM IT MAY CONCIRN
Rev. Gatlln holds the rank of

Lt. Col. In the Royal Rangers,
the Assembly of God programfor NOTICI It .hereby given In afterdate with Section 22

boys, age 9 through 17 He of ho Brevard County Zoning Refutation that Mamba
is also director of Men's Fel Equipment Co., Inc., hei requested that the revere'

lowship for the district and president County Zoning Board/Beard of County Commissioners con*
of the Christ Ambassadors aide the requeit for change of cleitlflcotlon .. IU (Indue-

the general youth organization trial DM) on the following described property
of the Assembly of God.
Rev. Gatlln spoke of changesIn a
Part of the SWV one) pert of Cevt. Lot I II des
the schedules of the youth
camp conducted each summerat scribed In ORB 220/411 Section 21 Tewnshl. 21,
Camp Mafia which is owned Rente 35. which I I. looted ...t aide of Wiley A.".
and operated by the Assemblies and north side of Jay J., Rd. r

of God and located 10

miles south of Mulberry, Fit.He PUBLIC HEARING will be hold ot the AgrlcultwrilCenter

spoke also of tentative plans In Coca, Florid on Monday, Nov 30, 1964 et tiM
for the building of a new tabernacle A. M..r II soon theroefter ei possible. Pleat report end

on the camp grounds. hearing will bo heard by the Beard of County Commission
Mrs. J. D. Courtney, District 2514 S. Hopkins Ave. Titusville
ors et the County Court Heuio, Tltusvllle, Florida ot their
President of Women's Missionary
first meeting following this dete. All Interested parties are
Council gave a
reporton
missionary activities herein given notice.

through the district. I

In addition to supporting the IRiVARD COUNTY ZONING OFFICE,

local churches the women's By O. D. Perry,
groups supply a large part of Zoning Director Q 4Tf Y f
household funiture, major ap '
pllance, clothing and transpor V
tation Nov If (Men) 1964.Brevard r
fares for out-going mis-

Featuring


County Building

County Zoning Office r.


Begins Upward Notice Of Public HearingTO Top Qualify Re Caps Dayton Fronl End & Brake Service



Swi ng AgainCounty WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Complete Tire Service Thorobrad Motor Tune Ups

building permit business NOTICI U hereby given, In accordance with Section 22 tins

began picking up again of the Breverd Ceunty Zoning Regulation that John It, 4 .
this week. Porter, hat requeited that the Breverd County Zoning

Total permits Issued for the Beard/Board of Ceunty Cemmliilonori consider the ,....t
week, through Thursday, by the for Specie) U.. Permit for Stock C., Motorcycle Rasa
County Zoning Office added up track on the following described property!
to $732,250. Thirty-one of these J. D. ROBERTS
were for new homes, a total of
$460,935 for the residential per. NWV. of NWV4 Section 7 Tewnihlp 21 Renge 31,
mils issued. which U located approximately V mile wont of U.S.

Five commercial permits 1 end 1 mile north of Kelly Rd.
boosted the overall total another I
GENERAL
$220,000 while the CONTRACTOR
miscellaneous
PUBLIC HEARING will bo held at the Afrlculturtl
category took care of .
115. $51, Center In Coca, Florida en Monday. Nov M, 1M4 et ':00 I

North Brevard's share of the A. M. or os seen thereafter et pettlklo.' Pled report end
heck's business was primarily haring will 'be heard by the Beard of County Commission

for new hornet. ers at the County Court House, Tltusvlllo"' Florida. ot their I R. R. No.2 Box 190-B6 Titusville 267.1205
Ten permits were Issued to first meeting following this date All Interested parties are I

Cosmopolitan Construction Co., heroin given notice.
for Imperial Estates residences.

These permits ranged from $!!,.

000 Five to $14,800 each. BRIVARD COUNTY ZONING OFFICIBy CONGRATULATIONS & BEST WISHESFrom BEST WISHES
permits went to R. R. -O. D. Peavy,
Emig. Barna Building Titusville .
Zoning Director
for Sherwood Estates From
homes. R. D. Small of Orlando I
will build them. These permits Nov U (Men) 1944.Brevard .

were range.in the $17,400 to $22,000 ) iirt Jfeberal i> Thiit ATLANTIC

Paul Morgan, 1M daridp PLUMBINGCOMPANY
St.. Eau Gallic, was issued a County Zoning Office I and Loan Association of Titusville _
-
$19,300 permit for a Sherwood
Estates TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS -
home to be built by
Claude Marlowe, 1240 Hopkins Notice Of Public Hearing Main and Washington O, Indian River Plata
Ave., Titusville.R. I Downtown Titusville South Tltusvlllo I 329 St John 287-4173

L. Lander, 1045 Alford, TI. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: :
tusville, received a $14,000 permit i
for an Indian River Plantation
home. NOTICE U hereby given, In accordance with Section 22of CONGRATULATIONS WHITAKER ELEC. INC.

the Brevard County Zoning Refluletien that CIo... Beker CONGRATULATIONSto

1If0Tltll pea has requested that the Brevard County Zoning BoardBoardof JM So. Washington A".. TitusvilleIS
VACATING. A.ANDONINO' County Commissioner consider the request for Liquor,
AND DI CONTI1t IO A
ri'BMC RTBIKT Beer Wlno Permit for Consumption en Premises on the PROUD TO HAVE FURNISHEDALL
TO WHOM IT MAT CONCKKNt I to Nanco s TIn Store) oo
following described property!
Council TAKe of NOTICK tbo Cllr Ul.t of Tltiuvlll th. City. I the opening of their aw ELECTRICAL WORK IN YOUR I NANCE'S TIRE STORE
Brovard County florid, .
on .I. '
it Ion .of. quillfUd land ....... N 330 of the WVt of the Nttt of the SWH of the business and building. NEW STORE.
,11I. tbo Itb dill of Dwwnilwr.
im at T.SO ..w? ....hl.. tad NIH Section 17 Township 31 Range U, which It
Cllr.....nnJ.will. "wk.....t.thr. ..or...40.not. dl the.. located tppreilmately' 100' east of Palmetto and H Wo are proud to bare tup* We Offer From
continue and olooo a street brlo> mile north of SR 44. plied top quality paints for Sincere
after duortbod cud ...0...... and
declaim an r Halt of paid City thin BOW ttoro.Wo KELLY BUILDERSINC.
.nd Ik nubile In ..
nod any' .t
paid land or nnr Inter** lhrl PUBLIC HEARING will be held .. the ArlctMvelClfttl BEST WISHESTo
.......... .., ..
ooulrod by
rift ,1. In Cocoa Florid N... .
dedication or ..urlru.er on Monday, 30, 144 ot tiM can help wttli TOUT
......., ,... ,.. or A. M. you S
.U. r *" or klckwtyMirpooo or as seen thereafter ts possible. Final' report end
4 ..... M r.'
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*. paid bolni dtribvd plant too. Why not give usa t
oo foll..1BANANA hearing will be heard by the Booed of County Commission-. '
AVENUE, Calk/aooorfloo. BANNAXA to the) ors tt tho County Court House. TltwtrlUo. PlerUo. ot their. call whether It be 1 a1

BlOt .* Section A .t Rlvorold first meeting following this da*. All Interested parties ore commercial Of taddmatiaLBREVARD NANCE'STIRE
Pork recorded I* Pint Book
1. Pan f of U>. Pukllo Rooordi > herein given notice.
of Browd County Florida

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All nay a.* BRIVARD COUNTY ZONING OFFICES j STORE RIAOY.MIXID CONCRETE
hoard ., Uo
goat .4 ko Urn PAINT
9 and Dines. ..hev..maimed.CITY -O. D. Peevy, __ CONCRETE BLOCKS 0 BUILOIN4
COUNCIL AND DECORATING MATERIALS
cITY or TrruavnuBT Zoning Director 2514 S. Hopkins Avenue
Bill Walker III WASHINGTON M77J14
Mayor I AMaortl 7-3113 or AMherst 7-1714

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Tltuivllle Monday Nevember 11, 1144
(Florid) Star-Adv.cat.






Seabreeze Downs Terriers 20-13;








Satellite New Brevard Champs






Scorps 14-7 Win Seabreeze Come




Over Cocoa Gives From Behind For




Satellite TitleSatellite i r Victory, HoganFriday


Beach has won the 13th proved wrong for

1964 Brevard County Football half the game then a small

Championship for the first time ? package of dynamite named

In the three year old history of i Mark Hogan took charge of all

the school. i superstitions the second half,

They clinched the title Friday ran through Titusville like water

night with a 14-7 victory over : from a spigot as Seabreeze<

Cocoa. nipped the Terriers 20.13 before

Actually, Satellite Beach is on. another large crowd Friday eve

ly assured of a tie for the county ning at Draa Field.

championship since they During the first half Hogan

have one more game left on the proposed no real threat to the

six game mandatory county ? Terriers as his halfback Alan

schedule. The Scorpions meet k ,roli Hager, 170 pound senior groundout

Titusville here, the night before most of the yardage. Titus-

Thanksgiving ville fans really didn't seem to

Even if Titusville does upset : ; care because somehow the Ter-

Satellite, the Scorpions, despite Qy6 riers had come through with a

being tied with Cocoa will win 13-6 lead at halftlme.
the championship because they r
It all started simple enough on
defeated Cocoa, the second 4
team. I the second play of the game
place i
t David Ward chugged
But the Satellite Cocoa when
game 9 ew
sidelines for 31 yardsto
down the
was probably one of the best
the Seabreeze 20 yard line on
evenly matched games playedIn
Brevard this year. the reliable old sneak pass play
has used in
which Titusville
Statistic wise, both teams
ticre nearly equal r nearly every other game this

The only difference was a ,,: ; a year, accomplishing it about
fumble which set up Ken Hutch- half the time then on other occasions -

erson' touchdown from four shaking their opponentsto

yards out, then with only 2.46: no end wondering how Ward

left in the game, Satellite gambled got 20 yards behind the deep

on fourth down and Quarterback safety man. But it was Friday r

Errol Potter hit Mike the 13th a day when everything .

Dunn on a 40 yard pass scoring .. eventually: is supposed to end up

play. w 4 < wrong .

The Tigers managed to score :. "c: .,,,.,,p Titusville took the lead with

on the last play of the ball #.. S .&',i 10:27 left in the first quarter 01'1. '

game on a 29 yard pass from .. ,t. ..' l' f. another aerial by quarterback:
<
Quarterback Bill McKnight to Charlie Huggins. The senior I
John Letasky. 'f field general took the ball from
r .
In other big-six action. Titus- 4.. 4 ,. 1'.".4410, 4'J scrimmage on the 20 yard line
..
,. f ... ... ... ..,,A" '" ''OiII':' >' and chased all the
ville lost to Seabreeze 2013, Eau ------ w. "" '-., A.<'I: ',.' M .. 41 was
Gallic rambled past Tampa Jes way back to the 35 yard line

uit 211; Melbourne was dumped WARD SIDESTEPS David Ward, Tltusvllle's left halfback side- Titusville sidelines, then remained there for the sneak pass play while trying to spot someone in

27-0 by Daytona Beach Main steps Daytona Beach's Charles Erickson on the first play of the ball that netted the Terriers 31 yards and set up George Eichert's touch- the opener. He finally passed to

land and Cocoa Beach squeezed game at Draa Field Friday night, Ward moved the ball oved the down. SeA Photo. George Elchert at the 20 who(

Citrus 2613.Titusville. appeared to be downed there

held onto a 13-6 halftime without a gain, however Elch.

lead after David Ward ert started down the sidelines,
made a diving catch in the end The Titusville Sea breeze Story Play Bv Play sidestepped one tackler and

zone early in the second period. plainly shook oft three others! to

The pass came from Charlie score standing up.

Hu<"$lns However, Ward wasIn11U'Cd Morrison' opening game kick- Hager sliced off left guard and down, however he was Injuredon another first;} i Hogan was dropped on the S42 Jones carried to the T29 but The onsldes kick for Titusville I

on the play and this I off was a lock kick, Wortham was downed at the one. Junes the play and did not return Jones got'ilx to the T24, then by Zimmerman for a six yard was short of the first down by has meant the difference In win

I'' *3d most of Tltusvllle's sec- picked it up on the 30 and ran scored around left end and off until midway through the second picked up another first down at 1 loss. Hogan to Osborne pass was Inches. or defeat this year.
o half offense back sides the Terriers half. kick the T17. ( After scoring the touchdownthe
to the T36. against was Huggins'/( was i Imcomplete. Zimmerman and
Seabreeze used a strong Ward gained five around left declined. good. Titusville 13, Seabreeze Hogan carried to the T10 ha.ger Burrell pulled Hogan down on Hager carried to the T24 fora Terriers gambled with the.
ground attack to route the Terriers 1 first down. Hogan ran the onsldes kick and Seabreezetook
Ward t three but he sho the ,
end. Then, Hugglns hit on Gibson extra point kick was 1 gained was S31
while Titusville relied I of the first down Inches. keeper around right end, gained over on their own 44 yard
the sneak play that covered by
pass blocked by Edwards. Titusville Seabreeze penalized 15 yards Morrison punted on fourth three. Jones carried for first

elrltkly Daytona on a Beach's passing Mark game.no- 31 yards to the SIB for a 6. Seabreeze 6.Wort on the unnecessary roughnessplay I From the six yard line Jones and 26 to the T35 where ward down at the T10 Hager gained a line.From there Seabreeze marched i 1
first and ten. moved to the four and a first
ham received Morrison's on the toughdoun Hug- carried it back to the T39
Can: and Alan Hager were the three to the three, Jones pick. for their first touch
deciding punches. Pass to Ward was Incomplete kick at the T32 and returned the gins kicked off from the S45 and and goal to go. Single wing formation. Hug- ed up two and Hogan ran the non-stop
Hardln lost two and a pass to another onsldes kick did not I Jones carried off left tackle, down of the evening.
The loss gave Titusville a 3- ball to the T40. Pass to Ed.wal'd gins picked up four to the T41 keeper for the score. Jonesran did
The coach's son, Hogan
S.2 record. Ward fell Incomplete. Hugglns was Incomplete. Another go 10 yards with Seabreeze recovering but Seabreeze received an illegal 1 as the third quarter ended. Ti right end for the extra
I all of the signal calling, and
on third down was chased backto the S37 procedure penalty placing the
on tusville 13. Seabreeze
to Edwards 13.
Jump pass was com point. Seabreeze
Eau Gallle Its' third 20 Titusville
picked up found time to once
even carry
the 20 yard line trying to ball on the eight. Hogan gained
win of the season, backed with plete and picked up 10 yards Collins picked up two, Ho an I Fourth Quarter 13. for 14 yards around end. Hager
throw a On fourth and two, then ran left end for six
pass and a first at the 50 carried around end to the T41 Huggins moved around left
five losses with Huggins
Friday night a I Morrison kicked off for Sea accounted for most of the delve,
12, he passed to Flchert at the yards for the touchdown. Jones end
to Bain broken buta then thy Identical apparently to
%1-8 Tampa Jesuit pass was up ran play again trying pass
victory over
breeze 14
I with Wortham taking it slicing off hunks of 12 and
S20 who pulled away from four ran the extra point. Titusville but
foul and another first down was trapped and
J, B. Cowart, hard running personal penalty againstthe picked up dropped his
on own 30 and returned the consIstently.
Eau Gallle halfback scored two different tacklers to score stand. Sandcrabs placed the ball at at the T30. Hogan tried right 13. Seabreeze 13. the ball on the T37 with Shaw yards
Commodore touchdowns Ing up with 1110: left In the fit st | the S33, with 2:51: left in the end but Edwards pulled him 1 Morrison's kick was taken by recovering for Sea breeze. ball to the T38 Sneak pass toWard Hager,:: moved the ball from
on an
was over his head Ward the Titusville 10 to the 1 on an
kick I Bain the T20 and returnedto
quarter. Muggins was no on
Gibson
11 yard run and a one yard dive. first Hugglns ran left end for down after a one yard gain and ran up the middle fora
good. Titusville (, Colonial 0. the T32 Muggins( pass to five lost two and a pas to Hardin off-tackle slant play picking up
Fullback Steve Sorenson added five, but the Terriers receivedan Hogan fumbled with Edwards yard gain, Collins moved

the final talley on a seven yard Hugglns on-sides kick attempt offensive holding penalty recovering on the T30 Eichert was! Incomplete lass! to I to the T30 On third and two, I I (Continued On Page II) (Continued On Page 10))
failed and Hager recovered on Zimmerman was incomplete.From .
run placing the ball back on the 50. Long picked up three, Hardin
the S44 Collins picked up one the shotgun formation a
Tampa took a 6.0 first quar In the shotgun formation, JlugKlns' was held to no gain On third
but Titusville was offsides giving to Edwards was batted
ter lead on a 21 yard run, however pass to Ward was Incomplete down Hugglns quick kicked and pass \
the Sandcrabs a second and down on the line of scrimmage.
Eau Gable took control Immediately Hugglns quick kicked to the ball was downed on the S19
tJt(
five from the S49 Collins picked HugLJns kIck from his own 32
after the touchdown the 522.Ilogan. Collins picked up six Hogan : a ..ec.in/
up one and Hogan ran right end the ball rolled dead on the I'a ,
Mainland the Bull fumbled the f i 22 to the T47. Ha-
outgalned on r. t gained yards
end to the T37 for a 14 yard gain S2S
dogs 31 I In total offensive I from and lost to I
play Stan
yard and a first down. scrimmage ger a yard Hogan ran Hager gained four yards up Of a Check.
age and racked up 15 first downsto sell recovered for the Terriersat the T35 for a first. Hogan fumbled .
Hogan ran the keeper off right themiddle. Hager gained one
Melbourne's 7. the Sit line. but recovered for '
yard no gain.
I tackle and gained three, Hager then Hogan ran left end for 15 II
Ward added l five round end Hager was held for no gain,
Mainland scored 13 points in picked up a first at the T21. Ha yards and a first at the S48
but the
Terriers were clippingand and Morrison kicked on fourth I
the second quarter and 14 more ger got four, Hogan one and Ha .t
Seabreeze received down with the ball into
a going
In the third period. ger carried up the middle for a personel .I 4
foul and the offsetting Titusville end zone. J
Cocoa Beach -] first down at the Til -
displayed possibly
I penalties placed the ball on the Huggins ran the keeper FRESH
their best gound attack of Hogan circled end and gainedone
S17 around right for three yards,
the season Friday In their 2613 Collins was held to no gain, S
Huggins picked five on the Hardm fumbled and Hansen re-
up \ '
victory tallied a over touchdown Citrus. in Minutemen the first I I Yardstick quarterback sneak. Ward was covered for Seabreeze on the A!'.::'! / i i //

held to no gain A Jump pass T2:). a m
quarter when Dave Tincher tipped I to Edwards: fell incomplete and Screen pass to Hager added L 1M
off 22 yards the first time TIM 1111" LOWEST PRICESIN
I Porn Dawna Ruihlnt 0 JY another pass to Hardin was Incomplete three yards. Hardln intercepteda JOIN OUR t ,
Cocoa) Beach had the ball to set Flrrt Downa Famine 4 II
with Seabreeze Gibson In the end
to e4"CHRISTMAS
up the score. Two later Flrat Powna Putultv t 1P1. taking pass TOWN 1965
plays ... From IIl.rhnm.11 M I over on their own 10Hagcr I.' zone for a touchdown and the
Tlncher another 32 .. .
scampered
Yarda lalntd rlmn' "" 4.11101: '-
for the '.nI. Liiat Rirlmmair tI 1M /( picked up 10 and a first ball was brought/( back to the CLUB ".5 I
yards score Not Yard. rh".,... Ill I :17Pa. I at the S.'O End of first quar 20 Huggins fell on the ball two -

1'...._... ComuleliMf AtlftmDlad' 17 4 1 1:I tcr. Titusville 8, Seabree/e 6. times to run out the clock. Halftime 10% OFF THIS WEEK 1.}, i a

Hl"r"Tandar Individual Harm lime Hlnb: II... !>.. 'arll. O.ln.d .....Ina W. 3 Second Quarter Titusville 13, Seabreeze ..
.
Vrlf., JO?: NHila Hchmuli.r 115: Total.......Tfarda tntaroplad Ott.n. lire 1 11II1 0 Collins lost a yard and a Ha Third Quarter A Small Amount
IMPERIAL
Hl h Individual' ..rl... H.l..
La n..1., tM: : Haacl Carl..,. ITS Yarda Kliaotfa Kickoff Retur. 3 8 ger to Gibson pass fell Incomplete Huggins' kick went out of
43 0
Mich loam tame Oaklawa Punta 4' Hager gained two. On bounds on the SI8 and the ball '
Memorial Park 155. STATION Weekly Can Gin
Hick t.... wrlca: Team No. :. Punting Yarda Runback Ave. FunU at 1 1Fumhl.d 10: l 45 0 fourth down Morrison went was brought back to the S-IO
KIT : a I back to punt but three Terriers Jones gamed seven around"left

T.tandlnca.. Stan tad Yards FumbliMi" r.naii l.o.l.*d :III 1 16 t came crashing In and hauled end. Jones moved to the T49 for WASH. & ST. JOHN You All You NeedWe I Ir

Oatowar L.... n I IMMtllllt Morrison down on the S10 yard a first Hogan went around left TITUSVILLER@SF
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Tu ..l N Onn.. 11 Campaltaa 11 19" 1514 .(lnl 1 :30 4 1. Hugglns picked up two around have mailed out checks to all the lucky people who Joined last year'sChristmas
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ie Melbourne Southwest 12-12 I : : j: : I IIr4




.y Don Htmkt to Ricky Barnes down to the. team captains before toe game Southwest Cocker I yard #
Southwest 18. In two running coached by Ellis Wiley Daniel run (run failed), -
vay Junior High Seventh -
and David Drake.
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plays Rogers gamed to the five Godby Yardstick
e tied the Seventh Grade\ Score by Quarters: [ .err '
I team of Southwest Jim- with less than 130 seconds re Parkway 001 0-12 PJHS SMJHS

i in Melbourne Saturdayto maining On the next play a Pirate Southwest 080 8-12 I First Downs 7

become the seventh pass was intercepted at the Scoring: Southwest Whit- m Rushing. Yardage 75
grade champs of Brevard Coun- one and time ran out before the lock 21 yard pass from Cockerrun SI Passing Yardage 43
.I!! 1981.Southwest. Satellites could run a play ( failed). %-4 Passes (com-att) 34
got on the scoreboard The Pirates this year's coun- Parkway Kyle 1 yard plunge 1 Passes Int. By I ,
early in the second quar- ty champs for their grade witha (pass failed). 2 Fumbles Lost I
Ief'fte Kurt Whitlock caught $--1 record elected Mike Ball Parkway Gilchrist IS yard 35 Yards Penalized SO
*.' Russell Cocker pass for n and Bob Kyle as permanent run (run failed). 128 Punts 0 0PJj'j t

," yards and the score. The run a L L _L '- -L
,.; ,for the point after touchdown 'X" ')If "'X' 7{" X 1
/failed and at the end of the sec : ,
end quarter the Satellites were
,leading (-. The Southwest Eight Finishes Season
4\touchdown drive started on their rr
ewe 40 where they recovered a

,'Si I'Irat.eJumble.To start the second half the
51 Slate Won
Pirates accomplished an onsides With SaturdayParkway's

kick: recovering at the Southwest ,
47j Eight plays later Bob Kyle
plunged over from the one to tie Eighth Grade with Hal Clabaugh carrying for Central Eagles for the e o u n-
the score at M. Mike Ball and struck for two touchdowns in the score. Clabaugh did most ty championship If the Eaglesare
Kyle did the majority of the ball the second half and broke a of the leather lugging\ on the defeated this week.
carrying on the drive with Ban scoreless first half deadlock and drive carrying eight times witha Starting for the Pirate "A"
Ht.t1nI13 yards on two carriesj woundup a highly successful net gain of 28 yards. The run unit in this their final game was
'and Kyle 17 yards in four car- football campaign with a 5-1 down was short and as the third Terry Langley and Kim Smithat
fries]Kyle ran the point after record downing Southwest Junior quarter ended the Pirates led ends; Carl Bandy and Chip
"I touchdown but it was nullified High in a county junior high 84)) Everhart, tackles; Byron Koury ,'
the Pirates offsides and grid encounter at Melbourne Late in the final with and Ken Bingham guards; Tom r, 9 AA
quarter
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bad to try the point after touchdown Saturday 10.Southwest Southwest in possession at the my Smlrich. center; Jimmy r 'II' .J" '''' ---
again from the eight. Jim threatened twice in Hart, quarterback; Jerry Parker
{jMorecraft's pass was incom- the first half getting to the IS 37, Satellite tried a pass and Kenny Ratlifl. halfbacks; HUGGINS TRAPPED-Charlie Hugglns, Titusvllle defenders Muggins pawed for both TitusvUlc touch I

plate and the score remained and 26 yard lines on long sustained which was Intercepted by David and David Porf. fullback. The quarterback trys to elude four oncoming Seabiceze downs S-A Photo.
.-..t drives but fumbles spoiled Pott at the .ce and Port returned substitutes for the "A" team

TIle Pirates then tried anothtr their touchdown bids. the ball to the nine! yard were Bobby Graham Jimmy Hogue. Scoring: : Parkway flaubangh lit Rushing Yardage UI
[ on-sldes kick which Jim Mat- The Pirates were able to pen- stripe Three plays later Pott Smith. E. With and J, Teele, Starting for the "B" unit were 8 yard run (run failed) I Pawing Yardage 10 The Brooklyn Dodgers won
{row recovered at the Southwest etrate into Southwest territoryonce went through the middle of the J. Womack Mare Hawk. R ends Leo Davis and K. Johnson, Parkway Purl S yard run the National League flag with
149 to give the Pirates possession during the first half goingto Southwest line from five yardsout Unite, and J. Powell; and Mark lackles Duncan McBride and (run failed\) 1-3 Passes (com alt) 12
for the touchdown. The point 1 Passes Int.\ By 0 an even 100 wins In 1IU but finished
late in the second quarter. The the 36 yard stripe.' Tony Meldrum, guards Ricky I Yardstick I
I Buccaneer unit moved the ball After receiving the opening after touchdown was short. Johnson and Jerry Champion PJIIS 1 rumbles Lout 2 ( second the next year with
I',IS2 yards to the 15 In seven plays kickoff of the second half t h e The Pirates coached by John ScoresSeabreeze center Chris Howltt, quarter SUJ11S I 25 Yards Penalized 10 104 victories.
,I before the third quarter ended. Pirates drove 54 yards in 14 Hall Ennis Proctor, and David back Billy McClure. halfbacksHal -8 First Downs I I S 31 Punts 139
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1 On the first play of the final plays to go out ahead 6.0. Climaxing Kirk finished the '64 football 20, Titusvllle 13 Clabaugh and Ronnie Hug-- ; :
|quarter Kenny Gilchrist sliced the drive was a four campaign in second place witha Satellite 14, Cocoa 7 gins, and fullback Marvin Nlihols. -
f J5,yards over right tackle for yard pltchout around right end chance to tie the Eau Gallie Eau Gallic 21, Tampa Jesuit ( Substitutes were S. Bell
[the touchdown. The run for the It
Ronnie Little K. Womack
Mainland 27, Melbourne 0
[extra point was short and the Colonial Still In Herald's Sanders Tommy Hill and MMcDanlcls / 0't
40 Clermont 8 %
Eustls ,
I f Pirates led 128.tf R Robshaw, and
*. After gaining possession on a Boone 19, Bishop Moore 0 Dennis Day and C. Long
Parkway fumble In the middle of Top 10 Of Male Class AA's Colonial 22. Leesburg 7 Score.: by Quarters: IJJ
"the final the Southwest
13
quarter Mount Dora 20 New Smyrna
jfEatelites marched SI yards in MIAMI (AP) Coral Gables, Miami High dropped from second Winter Haven 35, Tampa Parkway 008 6-12 J
*\. 11{plays climaxed with a five I with a string of 18 consecutive to sixth with 82 points anda Jefferson 8 Southwest 0000-0 cat
yard run by Russel Cocker. The victories, reigned supreme todayon 6-241 record followed by Tam- c 0lht
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run fur the point after touchdown the Miami Herald's High pa Hillsborough 7-11 at 78. 4
f was no good and with 2:00 School Football Poll Fort Lauderdale High 8-2-0, was DIRECTORY cs
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COCOA
[remaining in the game the score The Cavaliers sporting a sea eighth with 73 points and Orlando I
2 was deadlocked at 1212. son record of nine victories garnered Colonial 8-1-0 ninth with 67
The pirates effort did not 200 points and all the first Miami Norland, 7-241, was tenth --- Wheel
[slacken as they wanted to be undefeated place win from coaches and with 63.The ;; ;:.. Or.1II -d"1 r AccierUGlbien. Balance
[ and untied and they sports writers after their 13-6 second 10 showed: Lake I
I fought hard down to the final victory Thursday night over Miami Wales 58; Pensacola High 54, HI-Fl .
[whistle. After receiving the kick. High. Jacksonville Paxon 48; Tampa SNra Guitars and Brake
['off at the Pirate 33, Second in standings was Palm Robinson and Jacksonville du- Ricerds IanPlayer / Adjustment

I Don Rogers ran 32 yards to the Beach High 8-0.0, with 137 points. Pont tied at 42; JacksonvilleLee .______ 'ntrvmentt
[Southwest 35 but I his brilliant Hialeah 6-1-0 was third with apart R,p"lri en All Sand (mtrvmtntt
[run was nullified as the Pirates 123. Clearwater, 7-01, fourth 32; Wildwood 28; Tampa 58 S. Ahtntle. Phase SU ).77)1 C.ct* leach
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1II."f' or r" t :iTto' !' T.- worn<< or SALE
/ Tltuivlll (Florida) Star-Advacat MtrWar, Nvmfcr 11, 1W4 1 BrelltTEa riCTiTtor NAME WALTER P. HOLLA NO a4
_. I* eomptlaao with Ho.... Bill JANE HOLLAND ala wltt,
No. UTo. Cbapter Number 3 tII. ..i.Ufftva. ,
Laws of Florida Acta of ml. the .
Play-By-Play undertime will realeter. with the INDIALANTIC OCEAN: BKACVASflOCIATM.
I Clerk of the Circuit Court In B..- INC.. a Florida
'i7 yard County Florida, n oa ro- oorporatroa.. at al,
Continued From Page 8 Mint *f proof of oublteeUoa of Defea aatm.Notto .
till notice, th* followta flotltlouaname I. hereby Hvea. pureuaatto
n4fai' was Incomplete. t-wtti I Tltuivlll 'nortlnj a Final Decree of F..ncIDOu"d.l.d
Gods under which I am envaved '
U day of November 1M4.
1\14 I I IHllnd
Huggins kick was short go In Retail BualneM at Oardea and ontered I* Chaaoery Caw K*.
ing to the T49 yard line. Tltaavllle Florida. and .Sit, of the Circuit Court of the
that U* uadarala-aed la tb only Ninth Judicial\ Circuit ,la aad for
I Collins gained two, Gibson got pertoa mTl usriitesaid bualneaa.Dated Brevard County. Florida, wherein
at tile WALTER P. ROLLAND sad
six for first
p down. Joned
picked A.D. 1M4.Delmar .
It day of Nov. JANE ROLLAND his wit. ar.
i up eight Hager went over cen-: I A. KOPD .?,. the Plalatlffa. and INDIALANTIC
for No.. 1.. a. M Dallod OCEAN BEACH ASSOCIATES:
er another
first
Sown at the
INC., a Florida corporation, *t ...
R01ln ,T21. Hager finds another hole NOTICE OF ISTBJITIOS:' TO are the Dvfeadaat I will wall lethe
over canter, to the BBOIITEB: !: HCTITIOC FAME highest and beat bidder for
Tl.
goes
e ? la compliance with Howe Bill cash at the front door of the ''Bre-
With 32 seconds left, Jones carried No. 11TJ. Chptr Number JWM yard County Courihoua In Tltuevllle. -
Mints pedw OAIe I to the five, Hager ran to Law of Florida. Acta of Mil, the Bravard County, Florida
underlined will reitater with the within tho lecal hour of sell. en
+ Whether Titusville fans like it or not, the Brevard the three, and with eight seconds Clerk of th* Circuit Court In Bre- the Mth day of November. I"' .
the followlnc/ deacribed propertya
County football championship will be decided here in left, Hogan ran the keeper yard f proof County of Florida publlcatloa, upon of receipt this eat forth In Flail Decree, tee

two weeks as the Terriers Satellite Beach in around left end to the one ..otto, the followingflctltlou* wit: .
meet a
.e yard line as the ended. aim, to wit Barf. Imperial la PARCEL No. 11 Lot 14 and!
Thanksgiving Eve game. game Which I am na-red In barbershop IS. Block". Indlalantl B0.8. ,-
Seabreeze 20 Titusville IS. Tltuivllla. Florida ..,
business at aocordlnc to pint l
It's probably the best thing that could happen as and that the underlined thereof reoordod la Plat Book

far as the Terriers are concerned, because in a small JeeUr Ten PI. are tho builaeie only,perroni InUnttod lauld Bnvard $Chit i publlo Florida.records EXCEPTING of

way, their playing ability will still determine who will Ili lndlvHu. Mrlu Dated at Tltuavlll Florida THEREFROM that
Moir| 951 Patrick this 24th day of October, A.D. part of said Lot It Ivln* South
win the championship.But lih team' eerlei Lucky Strike, MM. and Wed of Parcel No.herelpafter :>
even if Titusville does Satellite the Bert Solomon deecribed. PAR-
upset 3004.llandID,.: Dot. X. Nov. I, ., II Mon.) MM CEL No. Si Boils on th. Wit
Scorpions will still win the county championship. T.; .. w.. L.d line of Lot 15. Block N. lndlalanllo -
.
will be tied for first Sate Team No 1 1:1.: IN THE 'CIRCUIT COURT OFTHB By-tha-Bea '* recorded
place with the Cocoa Tigers. Team No. I a y NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT la Plat Book I. pan U.
lite defeated Cocoa earlier. Team No. t I IN AND FOR BREVARD of the public record of Bre

n I'Y It's sort of interesting to note, wondering If Titusville's Team Turn No.No. .1 .t 10 p COUNTY.CHANCERY FLORIDAIN NO. :Ml27XOTKE : southerly yard County from a the.N'Jr': : : ,,
O '' ( Team No 1 corner of laid Lot It; run '
1 1 N I rivalry with Cocoa will have any bearing on their f 70ire OF rOltlCLOSlBEIK thence South 17* S4 Bant

winning or losing the Satellite contest. We know for a THE) NINTH JUDICIAL CIH- UNITED BONDING INSURANCE 1.alone... feet Wait: thence line of East laid"Lot.1 feet U.
CUlT: .
fact that won't happen, because head coach John Gaines BREVARD COURT COUNTY IN AND FLORIDA FOR COMPANY.authorised* to do Indianacorporation bu.- to the P.C. of a curve to the
CHANCERY ... .. rlcht. having a central and:.of
doesn't play football in a manner like that. No matter NO. Wit I. Florida puiBUttCLEVELAND *> a radius of 18 5'1 thence
OTICK
how bad, Titusville doesn't want Cocoa to win the County MART KLAINK; or LUDW1CK.HINT ".. around P.T. thence said curve Bout:K.H'41.' t to* the the

; Championship, they'll fight Satellite tooth and nail Plaintiff .. HODOMANNIX South line of said Lot It:

HOGAN GAINS YARDAGE Mark terference is teammate Alan Hager. for the sake of pride and trying to get another win into JACK WATNl'YIuDWICK' HODGES thence of laid Eeet Lot aloni.eouth.lire 15. II' thenco.

I Hogan, 150 pound sophomore quarter- Hogan scored two touchdowns and that barely-balanced victory column that's beginning to, 701 JACK WAYNE LUDWICK Def.n a"t. ,I NOTICE IS BEREBYfeGIVENpursuant North 4S."> to the .P.C.'ef'scurve
Titusville at will here was .Seabreeze's leading ground gainer SI* North Cochran to a Final Decree of to the left laving acentral
back over *
ran take bad radlu
a case of the blind staggers now. Their record is Forocloeur dated November f, and of M a
I
Friday night. Shown leading the in .--S-A Photo. 332. Rather unusual sounding record. Analyze it and that 1'08 a Complaint mttI, :REB7: baa NOTIFIED been filed: 1N4 No. 211121 and entered of tho la Circuit Chancery Court Caw of of J4.5'. (4II: thence to the around P.T.t. thenceWeat ..at.IIUI'V. d

the Terriers have lost atalnit the Ninth Judicial In and K.3': to the p.e.b.
only three games so far this year. you prayln: for a eon,- Circuit. Together with the rla-ht and
,
for
Diet divorce In Brevard County. Florid.
That sounds much better.Titusville's I tilled. the V. tUDWICK.riu.e entWDWICK wherein UNITED BONDING INSURANCE privllrn to UM said parcel
No. I a* a drivaway or alloywith -
loss to CHANCERY NO. ZW1 IN' THe COMPANY a eerier'atton
Seabreeze was
Friday night a for
NINTH JUDICIAL. CIRCUIT wilting under the laws of way the purpose 'f.lnr:'
large factor we believe as far as determining the out- COURT IN AND FOR BRBVARD Indiana, and authorlied to do hue- and common es-me aald the use
Ineia In owner or
COUNTY. Florid. Plaintiff and
FLORIDA.
come of the Satellite-Titusville game. Of course,, since eulr.d to aervo a copy You of ar.your re- CLEVELAND HODGES and that rtOI'd or occupying
Lot It Soul
Titusville lost to Cocoa and Satellite Beach Ana..r or Pleadlnc tothe Com ANNIE HODGES:
.
by one point plaint on th. Plaintiff* attorneT Defendaata. I will tell to the ale-b and Wed of said ParcelNo..
trimmed the Tigers 7 points and Satellites tying Sea TROMIRE AND WKBTMAN. set and beet. bidder for ash at the 2, and together with alt 1mIIrov.mo.ta -
located call
Mt North Orlando Courthouse it the City of Tltuevllle on
..aI't "r breeze places the Terriers at least 10 if Avenue f. O. property and riparian or littoral -
a point not more Bo N, Cocoa Beach. Florid., and Brevard County. Florida, on .
Ml. th. original Aaiwr or Plead. the Both oav of November 1964 the rl hl thereunto belong
underdog.But I". la the office of Clerk of the following described. property aa ing or In anywise appertaining -
underestimate the of ebovo.trted.Circuit four set form In the aforesaid Final and toiethur with alt of
never power an underdog.A oa or the furniture, furnishings fixture
before the 17th day of Decree, towlt:
December.
small comment on Friday's Titusville game. En- 1W4. If :you fall to do ao. a do-, Lot No. IT of Booker Bauble and equipment now I..
...* pro eo.f.... will b. take. a aubdlvlilon accordln to the and upon said preoerty, and
it usual but hate halfback David Ward
joyed as to see analnet you for the rtllef demand- Plat thereof recorded In Plat the building iltuat thereon
get injured again. The boy's had a rough senior try *d .la the Complaint./ Book 10. Pa>e 40. of the Public and together with the eilitlng
year This lotto shell b. published Record of Brevard County liquor lloenio applicable t*
ing to keep off the doctor's examing table. one each week for tour (4) coniMutlv Florida Said property Ivlnc eald premlma ..
",*.k. .. the Tltuivlll and being I I. Brevard County, This property I* .Inr''a'old ,
You know everybody in twon likes the Terriers. Btar.Advooat Florida subject. to ell tarn of recordgalnet
It's evident. Attendance is than before DONE AND 'ORDERED at Tltuavlll Dated this 13th day of November eame.
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great, greater ever *. Florida, this Uth day of 1*<4. DATED this II day of 'Mo.ber. ...-
and no matter what happens, everyone still goes November 1884.CURTIS /./ 'CurtI. R. Barnes 1N4.

along with the home team. When Ward was injured in Clerk of Circuit R. BARNES Court Mary Clerk Joe Une-er Clerk CURTIS Circuit R. BARNES Court

that roughness touchdown play that resulted Brevar County. Florida Deputy Clerk By Mary Joe U"... *
unnecessary
By V. i. Speedier COURT SEAL)
in a Seabreeze boy getting escorted off the field, all Deputy Clerk Nov. 1. (Moa. 1M4. (CIRCUIT COURTCCEAL)'' '
CIRCUIT /./ Richard B.
COURT SEAL Muldrew
that was needed to spark the Titusville fans into swarm- Btromlr and Weelmen IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Richard B. Mildew '
Attonrtv for Plaintiff THE NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Attorney for Plaintiff'
onto the'fleld lead the Over
to
1r Ing was someone pack. P.0.8,199 IN AND FOR BREVARD P. O. Box B4K
tlM'VYd 1,500 Titusville fans stood on their feet for 15 minutes Cocoa; Beach. Florida COUNTY FLORIDA Melbourne Florida
ti Nov. II. 28. 30 Da when Ward was injured. Then, as he limped back to the

tla sidelines, they displayed their appreciation with roar-
i ,
T. ing applause. II DIRECTORY .1 I

yt'tr l t b We're ready to start our soda-pop bottle drive for ORLANDO

{ ,i w : the Terriers. For all of those people who insist on goingto -

'i.t+saw rn the Titusville games and sitting on top of their cars, FLOOR COVERINCD

bringing pick-up trucks with racks for seating capacity:, AUTOS IMPORTID, OFFICE IQUIPMINT '
It Yourwlf and Saval
Charlie
TERRIER RECEIVES ATl'EN'fION'l'1tusville's ,from quarterback Huggins.
or just plain hanging on the fence, we'll be glad to get'
WALL TiLl FLOOR
second touchdown gave Ward-injured an ankle during the play on U.S. 1 with you, push a wheel barrow to help earn a Renault '& 'Peugeot Central ".'.. Largest- Stock *f The Moat

I the Terriers a 13 6 lead over .Sea Shown' giving assistance are Dr. buck fifty so you can See the game :from'the sidelines.We Sales V Servlc.ohs. Asphalt, Vinyl of Office Cempleh'Display Equipment and,

breeze came in the second. .q tarter Barnes Hall, third fropi.fcft l and Don ,Plastid, Cork Tiles
; tz; know some people just can't afford to see lIl1allgame Meters Office Supplies In This Am.Wo ..
David Ward, is shown 01) IIIgi'qup: .Toney, pluj'.two, Ir,.in tJ! and an unidentified while others can. The ones who can a"", 1J.tl real .; ., ;, TROPICANA TILE AND have a aaleamaa la rtnr

after catching the touchdown'pa si'. : tjppectator4S.A'Photos '14* loon Sti Orland.'Qa ..FLOOR COVERING area **.rr day. '
: : ly . .
worry .
\ I l.hop
:: I: ; : ( t04 N. Orange Offlc Equip C..;Inc.
: ."" Used Imports Orlando 4237471 1100 X. Colonial Dr. Orlaata

wanted. From that t time on, it was all GA J-M01 Collect
AUTO SALIS SIRVICf FLOOR COVERING
Seabreeze From 'the spread) formation Seabreeze and Hogan.

)Huggins ran the sneak for five The sophomore during the us.FOOTSTEPS Orlando Motors Inc. ORGANS

Condinued From Page 8 yards. Ward wasthcld to no gain third quarter; picked up gainsof CARPETS BY LEI'SKaraitaa

t >first' down and goal to go. and a pass;: to' Edwards' was 19 yards, IS, 12, for a second .411 Jf.. OUIII' Blossom Trail : Cabin CrafuDraperle CONN ORGANS

Jim Jones carried the broken up. then, on fourth half total of 65 yards rushing. GA S-tUl Cuetom Mad '
Elotback. down a pass to Hardln was' de. He scored the remaining two Dodgo-Dirt-Dodgt Truck ]Yes Peooratlnc orvleo. 'f.
ball over from the one yard line fleeted and the Terriers gave up Seabreeze touchdowns both on Fl.t-Jeouar A Mr<* ..-B.nI BARNESDripcry f(<
with 5:53: left in the first quar .
the ball to Seabreeze on the S10. them up.Titusville. "W S.rvlc..Wh. W. Se"10 A Floor Cavaringt, Inc.

ter.John Gibson's kick for the But, the Terriers did it again. never really proveda COST MONEYThat's 2001 N. Orange Orlando 5-3447 4i 1
Hager rattled off 10 yards on threat In the second half, AUTO SALES A SIRVICI IsswatrKeyboard. I
Inc.
extra point was blocked by Tommy URNITURIHAVERTY'S ,
and that all Their fleet halfback Ward
Edwards who charged in the first play was re- SIMPSON MOTORS Organ Spacltllatt Sine W

from. his 'right tackle position. they got for the next three injured an ankle and, only carried PLYMOUTH VALIANT 501 N. Mifnoll Av*.

But, Friday the 13th didn't downs. Edwards caught i Collins the ball one time in the CHRYSLIR $4 Star Buying Power Orlando 241-M74
behind the line of second half.
sound too bad to the Terriers. scrimmageand why so many people use our S.Uf Saves You Mar PAWN SHOPJohnny
fell Part. aM :owls
a pass incomplete.On IN Mlles Pro
Delivery
On the next kickoff they man "BIU ICs '
,
d Cert
to get to the 50 yard !Vine fourth and nine, Morrison Tesm H." Lett Tl'4 Special Checking Accountsto U Law Easy Terms
aged 10:0 N. Orange, OrliixU
5u5e1111. 4 0 0 Open Man. k Prl. Wiles til' p.m...
to 'for Sea. Gentile'sPaw'
attempted punt
before several incompletcd passes 000& 4 1 0 GA 2.4541 421 N.
and a clipping penalty breeze, but he'' didn't have a Tltunlll" I I I pay their personal and householdbills Orange
Melbourne I 2 1 Orland CH 1-5371 Shop
brought a third down and 25 sit ,chance. Larry Zimmerman, Don ('000. lI..cll I 4 15au AUTO SALES A SERVICE
mail. than cash.N. .
uation. Huggins quick kicked, I Stansell and! Mike Stebick a I 11 I : 0.111. 0 4 0 by Safer too, GUNS Eitak. I v..,*

and the ball coasted to a stop came crashing, In and downed ALL blvllaTnm Ilan 1.0" T.dSeteIIIIe W* Bur, Sell, A Tr1 Anythlnf

the Seabreeze 22. Morrison on the Sea breeze. 10 I 1cnnoa PRAGER'S Guns, TV Camarai, ladies,eta
on S a 0 r=
On the first play of the game, where Titusville, look overFour \ Tltuullle a S I GUM SHOP 1122 W. Church, Orlando,
Melbourne a I I GA S-40U
Jim Dixson fumbled trying to plays later, Titusville I Eau: 0.111. I" 0 NEW A USID FlU ARMS

circle end and Don Stansell who had moved inside! the five, but Cocoa 1I.ell a I 0 Minimum bland Rtqutrad Mew Truck Used Tauoki Bought Sold Tradod.Scapa PET SHOPS
'
played one of his most outstand. an offsides penalty.placed the Southwest, N* Monthly Service Chart Part GMC- S TRUCKS"rrlc INC. Mountodl

ing games this year pounced on with a fourth down situation I' QJnrerence teams SUPERIOR Phone 42-/OW OrlacdeAUTO 1707 N. Mill
the ball on the Seabreeze It. A pass to Ward pn the goal line have won 12 and lost 10 games Orland 425.," LAKE PET IARTON SHOP

Here was the chance Titusville scored the go-ahead touchdown. 'In Cotton Bowl competition.Winning SALES A SERVICE $
HEALTH FOODSCHAMBERLIN Cmplt |line! Pat
STUDEBAKER POR 4S Suppliai, Grmlflf
Different ky Otilfn RAl ham/
NAT
Warm Friends For Florid Sine W9 SIMCA "1000" ky CHRYSLIRChryl.r' 277-301)

WI PAY all now .<_..., car FOOD STORE S.U E. Colonlcl Dr.. OriaiW
Central ".rld.'. hem.. selection Vitamins, special dietary food -Cterrlklai from Aat ,Feroe
% of Uta t and Import", C".. for llrglai, dl. .tlc, uh-free U aeakee"
I 4 INURIST COLLIER AUTO SALES reducing' and gaining weight, PLATING ELECTRIC
(1M. PER YEAR Hoffman and -
ccw"erv' ictfing Sirvrcf, Ml A 10JJ North Orange .Ave. IcMfThompson,
I CA 11404 jthort.
wvv'w.v vQ it Compounded Quarlarlyl Mall Orders lox 1444 CBMTBAL 1LOSIPAPLAYISS'
'r" AWNINGS 11 B. Church, Orlando, 424-7212 ) CO.
N. ""Cartifical Deposit"Nocessaryl

AIuma-Kraft Awnlngi. Inc. MERCHANDISE Cadlum Plating drove
| Silver Nickel Copa-r Breo.Puffing *

Cordially WelcomesYou Your Fund Ar. Alwayi AvallabI SCREEN MARQUEES ENCLOSURES- PATIOS HERMAN'S LOAN $00 W. Central sad AT Lactuerlnf.. Orlando.

Manufactured. In Orlando "Cnlril Florida's OldMt GA 4-2350
Call Collott
Eitakllthad ItJl
N. Dawn Payment RELIGIOUS ITEMS
and Your Family Pr*. Estimate", Jewelry, Luggago Diamond,

ill ErMkhavan Dr., OrUnd Gultari-Camaraa-Radiai-Guni:

Dorothy Spading To Your New Home! GA 31131CONSTRUCTION 27 W Church, Orland, 422-4041 ORLANDO AND BIBLE BOOK STORE

Supervisor EQUIPMENT Tr Pew of the WrTSpecializing .
ROBINSON
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267-7267 The State of Florida Citizens Bank"Our PULL LINE or MISS Wlcma CHARLOTTE You MUSIC At .CO. Books, Gifts In and Bibles.Sunday Religious School

Earth MoTlag Equlpmrat ROBINSON Suppliei. Mail order OB an Items.

HOSTESSESt 30th Y.at" PIANO Cash or Credit for Churches
,
fwt i.: y || ]rldam Coaaiructloti I SpoxrlalUUSla S4 B. Church Orland, 422-157

.FRANCES ELROO It is desire to.make feel welcome !. A A J, Equipment Co. TRAVEL BUREAU
our "
27-2fU you .ptlF""r.. gl V \I* Sales' A 1t..I.ti .
.2 ; -,..,. .. ..,.gale", I. 1342 W. Church RaaialsSrrleo
and to acquaint you with your .. Oriand 4234C4
HELEN B. WALSH ) ...... Sunnifand

27-045) city. 1\ i ILiCTRICAL SUPPLIES Ezelualr dealers for Travel
; KranlchBacb.Krakaucr .
PEGGY GRAY iI CompltU S4>l cii a Of KintbaU.A other nile pianos. '415# BureauAir
Flxturti And
247-7504 Lighting Robinson Music Co. Due fuanualo Tlckel"
Wiring Supplies At Tour. Cruises World Wide
I 1 (I -. Whol..at. PrkHI 410 N. Orange, Orlando Flo. CH 1-5321 JO J:. Pine, Orlando

I If you are new in the area, a phone .." -J SIMONET ELECTRIC CO. Telephone 424-244 TRUCK SERVICE

_' 1200 N. Mill OFFICE SUPPLIES

call will bring you a prompt visit from Orlando 42S-24N JACOB'S TRUCK SERVICE hit
I CompM Alignment S.
rvk
PENNEY'S.. BOOK STORE Inc *
I her call! ':00 A. M. t. 2:00 p, M. Pr Truths TralUra. Frames
your local hostess. Please give a I If you have rental Opon AR Day Saturday Front Ail.** SrrloHfnd
Friday h.: 4:00 h 7:" P. M. CofMral Repair 1..Ietoc..

She has maps and many free and wonder. RIVERSIDE: AT BROAD I housing,. list it In On 01 Orlando' Molt c.rep Mechanic
.. 1142 Wathimfon
S\lt ttli. 8p.
plat lines o. Offic Ort'NeI

ful gifts for you from: local businesses! Mmbr", Federal Dcpotit. Insurance Crprh'n. I The Star-Advocate! .17.It W. Pin. Orland, 422-34V I 451SUh1.1




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KADLUNO a .Ail BeoI' Building & Const. For Sate Help Wanted Mobile Homes Real Estate Deal Estate Real Estate

Publication. eaU J:1

...IIIIo&UoIWA1C'I'. .... h4 For a... NIDY CONSTRUCTION, realdentlali. I GAS HEATERS automatic TRAILER LOll FOR SALt HOUSIS FOR MALI
NOUI FOR SAL
PIMALB HILP WANTED LOTS FOR SAL
commercial
AD RATK9 and rsmodtUng. controls vested _.GOO BTVs. -"'-

I coil per wore U years in Titusville. Sil.60 tub or lot $10 each WHISPERINGHILLS NEW GARDENDALE: $ bedroom -- -
Minimum Chan SO* Licensed and bonded. I LOT 75 x 110 .utiUtiea on SEMINOLE COUNTY Dedh
double bed, box spring EXCITEMENTNOW 1 bath, central boat -
ALL CLAS8InHD Phone AM 94326.Business : I 'lot very reasonaMe. AM T>
AD*
mattress, headboards $ atr able lakefront lot on Lake
PAYABLE IN ADVANCaIGUNlak.d FORMING youth classes I 8887 after S P.M conditioning, buRt 10
fxo* t A_..... All good cootttUon. SOI Orange drama, personality development I range, dishwasher, double car Harney. City water available
Clamlflfd Dlpl*> Rat. St. 2674400. clothes, and photographic TRAILIR SPACES FOR RUNT Titusville garage. Largo beautifully! Call Kenneth G. Taylor, Gen
Avallnblo OB Re..eqBtar.Advoe.te PropertyNEW modeling. Audroe's landscaped corner lot patio, t\ 4g.Ul1.
NaIrn. FREEZER FOR sale II en. ft. School of Modeling. 2674464. CORNER LOT utility 11 X M, fenced In bsckrird.' offered
*. Brtvilit of rvliD( or ...- Amana. like new, used a $50 monthly plus uhUeebland BUILDER'S by owner 3677212.S ( oat )
$TUna Bay adv.rtla.m..twltck SMYRNA octal/root 4N years. 267-MiO. COOK WILL trace Hone's last months rent NE *. past
M
..4 I. eb."dooms,. tfc. oblootloBibl elnoimoBt'on* x 523. $7T, OO. Terms. RamiRealt Restaurant 4 InDia north of 0255:! after S p.m. Seen weekdays S MILES north of Oak Hut, I
FURNISHED
14 soy .h.nl nBt (ram that Inc.. 247-0413. Broken PIANOS ORGANS No Mims. Apply! la person. after 5 all day Saturday bedroom. 1H bath furnished .
oidoreS u coBform I* the Bol cooperate.CampingHunting. dowa payment up to five and Sunday, I miles B. double garage, boathouse
ter ., thl .._, years to pay. First payment MALI MILP WANTED of Cocoa. MODELS dock led sea wall. Let UsShow
j ft Tk flBT-AdVOCBU will.'" February 1965. Mr. i Cocoa I Phone for appointment. 287.
,k* ODllIlI. for not tb** DRIVERS WITH chauffers D.ftlDft LARGE lot Bedrooms, 1 laths Family
OB* tBcomct iBOtnlOB HOT Will School ef Music, 6364575, 46 x 100 children 1336.I .
tt .. lltbl for lOa, error IBoeVoHlMmpDt collect Other Christmas section New Frostier Park. Room with Fireplace Double
... needed. Good Garage Air Conditioned Beautifully BEDROOM bath.
to B afourUt'tb kelp writing esSentiaL KT-0933. Excellent
.- the eott of tb. *par. If TRAVEL TRAILER. El- SPINET Age H-30. R. E. A Landscaped Corner condition sear lake. Good YouTHI

..omtBio,.,.I..m..L* fer till litrn is lb. client conditios. M25, 267. Save over $200) oa this plate. Express.: Lot Includes Carpeting. Cus ftshI' '. Total prfe* SU.wo

'1oU D.b.rureat.l 4I1S. Take up Moving & StorageLOCAL tom Drapes, Built la Music 1400 do.... Edwards Realty
B U0 Hopkins A.... KIRK: SCHOOL aKUStt.. NATION'S FASTEST growing Center, Other Extras at lees U Baldwin Shopping Center FINEST SILICTIONOf
'i |W Bill. 27-4711 CAMPER REASONABLE.: See 1U6 W. Tropic M74365 food chain, has several ope.- AND LONG distance than replacement cost of tat Ptooet $67-1604 fcvcnlssi aid HOMIS IVfft OFFUR.ID .
1 R>mo* Mraro. S,0* to S-S9 at second house north el lags la the Titusville area. movers. Moving storaie, house ,...11. weekends. 267H21.WASHINGTON IN TITUIVILLI. ONIOP
...
"10111.Add. .. Drawer A THISI IS
Kelly's Block plant, Mints. Permanent position liberal ; BOUND TO

very
'Ituevllla 1'1.. packing, shipping, cold fur
SUIT YOUR NIIDI.
GUNS company benefits good storage, crstlnc. Free estimates. $22,600.00 AVENUE In-
starting\ salary must have K7-U41. Brevard die River City a very nice
730 South Dixie high school education, ov.r'' reach type borne. 1 bedrooms,
Rldceway Mayflower.Real Live la a Professionally Decorated MOVE
GHT
:> pecial NoticeIMy2e4. For Rent Old U. S. 1 21, and desire a position for Home at Tremendous 1 complete tile bath large IN
the future. Contact the '-Elev.e0 Savings I shade, trees, established plant* AIR CONOITIONIDI
e Indian River City Stores office sot N. FUke Estate lag. Large hedge, encbasdback NO QUALIFYING!

.,. 0 FOR :RENT Cocoa. Phone 634.MM Monday NORTHWOOD yard-paved street wing Like sew } ,bedreemt' I
1 BTU thru Friday, 14 p m. or APARTMENT HOUSE all, wa arranged with front aid beck karha I
Night 27-1399 Floor Sanders Polisher ::;=FtE air 6,000 conditioner. stop by your friendly aelgbbor- ter sewer utilities, Excel BUILDERS, INC. entrance for possible lllco.... Chain lilt rtUaly link fenced landacasedM. seer

'p. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Phone AM T-S2S5 Excellent eondltioa. hood T-Elevea Store to pickup lent location a o a r schools earpets-rugs-aad draw drapesIncMeU. lawn. Atavme eili, /1,..

Jf row want to drink that's your Factory Paint Outlet $ $10 down $1 w ekIy. Use application! and get more r: iDfSa.t17 club. Cal! PHONE 267411 suitable. Owner will fiance P M A lean with only til
: Information. This la bluer priced right
tR uaiDea.. Goodyear ai equal .
If you want to stop Baldwin Shopping Center easy payment plan. TTTUSVILLBANYTIME Call 1674111. .per m* fetal pavmental
.
drinking Uiafi Sen lee Store 115 S. opportunity employer.TV W.
our business. ONCE IN A BLUE MOON reek Ibis house In
HopUns Avenue, Titusville, SERVICE: bench msa to This Good! CLASSIC HOMES trade and tan arrant.

Boats For Sale APARTMENT FOR RUNT 2674011. work oa commission full or OCEANFRONT' S bedroom 1 BEDROOM S BATH, Florid down payment to suit ,w.

1 REPOSSESSED: MOTOROLA part time. No limit to amount house A.-1 condition, fully room sad pool. $16.500 221GoIMew Nothing Down Set Ui Today letter hurry HUi went
.
It,
.
X BEDROOM UNFURNISHED. transistor car radio, fits Cor.vair. of work. Call 267-2741 for Interview furnished; ctoied farace udOt'eanront Drive. 267-060) TltutvilU'i Beat Homo
NEW Not suitable for small chil Push button controls appointment or come patio $19 &50.
63 MODELS dren. 267.2333.UNFURNISHED. I gob; $10 dowa $1.25 weekly. In person Hartmaa Radio i ONLY $12.700 for new 'I.. bedroom HILL TOP Value 3 and 4 Bedrooms, 2 ONLY 5 LEFTSee

[M FT. MPG Boston Whaler type APARTMENT Use our easy pay plsa. Good. TV. 1300 South Street S. bath home In top COQUINA SCHOOL Full Bath Homes with Car- our ....HI..t.. Cat.

hull foam floatation I double 2-bedrooms GE: one A rear Service Store. Ill .. Hop TRAPrORD REALTY COMPANY residential area near beach af... Ins el Ceton'al Hol.hr*
I Matt and tide pockets $339 range. Pool Mason-Dixie kins Avenue, TltusvUla, K71013. offers aa excellent (Can be bought $400 total cash AREA and he will show yew I ef
FHA
with steering console $359 ) BUY NOW the pretfUtt tome In TVfuivlllo.
Apartments Phone 267-2192 career opportunity for licensed !
QUALITY furnished
Completely
|4 FT. LONESTAR.: bucket icat or 2675716. 1 USED EMERSON 17" portable Real Estate Salesmen bedroom. I bath home>> entrance The moment foyer,you walk real date thisIs the WILL TRADEat T""'*.. FHA.VA
Ih" you finance] beauties .
in their new Tltusvllle office.A :: are earn.rlera
windshield
TV
and steering foam $65. $10 down $2 week alr-condmonlnf. central a real family home. and
floatation . Use hard hitting sale program, heat and ready for yeas
ly.
complete $395 DUPLEX FOR RUNT our easy pay plaa.Goodyear screened porch Colonial Heights I Prlca
plus excellent! training with s range hens
Service Store Ill like newt? IIJ.SOO.OO. To your left la a large format
ROGERS OUTBOARD 2-BEDROOM CARPORT Sir S. Ilopkla l Ave., Titusville, professional Realtor organ- (Call 421-6221 for appointment) living room, and to your Hopkins Ave South $11,000, $17,000. Peel mitetheeel

conditioned. Kitchen furnish H74011. kitten, offers sa unusual MARGARET R. KLIKNA room, f sad 267-8641
1103 Garden St. 2874414 ed. $100 month. 1013 Engllah future for qualified salesmen.Please REALTOR the Separate dining Broom

Street FIREPLACE WOOD Oak lad cell Harry D. Nell!, 411 Flagtr Ave, Brachnlda I kitchen. MOVE IMMEDIATELY COQUINA
Into *.
Call 2610131.WEST1NGHOU8E Cocoa 636-1111, for Interview.LICENSED .
114 FT. HOMEMADE boat pine. NEW SMYRNA BEACH
3S 1, or 4 bedroom homes, brand SCHOOL
the bedroomyou
,B.p. Evlnrude motor, tilt trailr. HOUSES FOR !tiNT REFRIGERATOR : REAL Estate From master aew la area of much hither
2670922. used $7$; automatic sales potion to set on FHA ACRIAOI FOR KALI walk out into your own private priced homes. Small dewapeymeal Situate ." high weeded

washer slightly used $M 267UM. VA Subdivision. Homes Sowreads EXTRA: SPECIAL solarium, for sunbathing, sad eeJy $ai month .let. Walk H .e...... and
AIRBOAT with 65 hp. Franklin I BEDROOM, 1 bath newly 20J Msator. for occupancy. For !interview owner Is barbecuing or growing pleats. ly total '1!meat VA sx down aHtSflnf. On quiet Sheet
sacrificing 21 waterfront lots
Aircraft Engine. 28T-7071. punted Range and refrigerator el ..11.... .
call 2614440. chain of lakes Otrtern Call us for in appointment/ payment BRENTWOOD ESTATES kernes. | *
$125 monthly plus $50damage. 1 REPOSSESSED GE: rafrlge- on In Total price $11.too. welt oa Osfd.a fit, down FrlA-r4e .down VA.
t1'f' Call Danenburg rater 11 eu. ft yellow, left COOK EXPERIENCED, openIng area Will not divide $11.600 AM T-71U<< er <..4eu. A"" |lewd AT ONLY
('tlJ1D II'114TMCJUDICIALTCINCUIT. Realty, 267-3451. hand door. S rear warranty, apply ta person, Bands takes all cash or short terms, SUTTON & ASSOC. Sii.too.
COUNTY. IN AND FOR BREVARD excellent e a a 111 a a. Now Restauraat lit Washington T. W. Mere, broker, Sanford NO QUALIFYING SlOt or best

SIN" CHANCERY.FLORIDA. 120 GRIFFIN AVE. bedroom, $16100 was $21*,K. Take up Avenue. 322-2461 for appointment REALTY CO. offer. $101 monthly.) Whisper

NO. 2MU 1 bath, $90. M7-$37l. payment $10 down $1 week. 15:$ So Wsihlogtot lag Hills, .1..... $295 DOWNNO
162 ft by 400 ft user to high
FOOD STOREROOM
Clerk 2471440
notice or stir IN THE country S bedroom. 1 ly. Free Delivery. Goodyear over 11, with experience preferred way close RIilt Excellent buy, S BEDROOM: t ..tlI. recentlyredeeorsted. QUALIFYIN9IMeve ,

FIRST FEDERAL SAVING AND baths, large double carport, Service Store, 115 1 Hopkins tell Mrs. Santos 267124L Edwards 11 Baldwin I COUNTRY CLUB HelghU S bedroom huge 71 a 25)M. In temerrew with noejwallfylne
LOAN ASHOCIATION or MIAMI. big utility room, central heat Avenue, Titusville, 267-3011. Shopping Center Phone! 267 1 baths, large Uvlsg shaDow well, toovestioealflnaaclag. ). Reemy I '-ro
UBlt 4 8'1.' ... corooratlon, 3604 Evenings: and Weekends with fenced rear lawn.
and air conditioning. Over OLD NEWSPAPERS: suitable' room, tentril best air conditioning $11.40. K744M.BRURWOOD .
: rialnllff, one acre land, landscaped. IB packing and moving furn 2672321. carpets, drape, free Nlfh end dry .Mt. alma
''r.ARTHUR' $121 month first .and last Mobile Homes washer sad dryer. Price new. Aiaume FHA lead
"R. MUNSON BodCHARUJTTE stun wrapping fish' protect.Ing '
10 ACRES of land
1 high with Islsle .II with reeaeneMeferine.
MVN80N hi. .".. math Opportunity. Option floors, sod furniture whet $21.100 mortgage balance his se very
ikor .... Uric: DORIS O-DON- to buy. 267.2344.FURNISHED trees, $600 per acre call $".200. Dowa payment p,_ tree studded S, 4 Ibedroen .
bundle 50e.Circulation .
painting, etc. Big
lit tad GENE: DONNBLU: TRAILIR FOR RENT Danenburg Realty, 267-3U1. homes eleetrte Ut
FHA NoQualifying. Call J.
....11I.4. Individually and a. duplex dtpt. st Star- jest SPACIOUS
,E\cutor of tb. K.Ut ., Arthur S bedroom Advocate, rear of building. t- BEDROOM trailer Oakwood souls FOR SAL W Chlldra M7.SMI. Shoes, eeetrsl sad air, B.RNIAMIY
R. MUBMMI. Donned| AUGUSTA in IRC, available November some reedybr oeevpaacy. .or
[IICORLWSCM sad GLENN: KOEL- Trailer Park. 2676765. aaa ..... ft ACRI LOT
22. 267-3999. FURNITURE DISCOUNT NEW I bedroom I bath, central cftooae your ax no
her bu.band: ARTHUR FOREST HILLS, large preowned Over V> sire .let ever 1401H.
....t.HlnDtIoe.1 .
heat aad air built IBrange uall/ylsg. ao closing
I KR' 'MUNSON sad MARJORIE IRC 2 BEDROOM, built-a SALES. Mattresses offered at 1 BEDROOM: TRAILER on home I year old, many extras and Immediate loaas, coavealeni M. llvlnej, aree. Only
MUWeON. bit wire; STUART warehouse us to* large Included ovea.
air conditioning, drip cfrrS lot Air-conditioner TV In the price of )4tOO. New under censtrtMtlen. >
HAMPTON and range sad soles
HAMP. $430 dews. .low tot
i 'TON bli ..If., If h. b* ..........41: es. Mrs. Connell 267-7021 Saturday day nil St Nldy Christmas Park. Orlando, $26.KW. Call Danenburg Real. occupancy monthly) Call, Daaenburg Realty of lupirhlghway" Parochial" Yew see j pick theeelers.
and ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES : Shopping CCDtSr. 2674711 or 566-2541 after 5 ty, 26746M.
Tuesday and p.m. school All mica kitchen I
Sunday
idaJjnlBB; br throiuri, under or 267-U26. "---- --.1 287-385.. sad public busei. 1
allied, the hid ARTHUR R. Thursday. TftAILIRS FOR SALI NO QUALIFYING? bedroom mil 6x11111 el TltusvUla, LaGrange beta, atouMe. eareWrt.FHA .
MLN80N sod CHARLOTTE BARGAIN HOUSE: WHISPERING LAKES area 5bedroom area oft OM Dixie VA, e, .*.... flnene*
ML'NSON. kl* "r1f*. If tb.f b* I BEDROOM, 2 bath swimming New end Used Furniture end HAYES 1 bath, screened In porch. 1 bath alrcoadlUoaed KI"I" Ira.. A real tvyl
,1905, wbetber laid. naknawiarlll unfurnished $SOO down sssume mortgage.Forest .
$140
>. claim a* bran dtvlM. pool, appliances. W6 buy, trade and TRAILER SALES Hills. 207M60.TWO toss to shopping, schools, CAlL
Z ,
.......... lI.n..., credll...., tritat- monthly, 267-3267 a k e seU. Hifrlgcrstors $25 and NASA Csuseway. $700 dowa.M 16TS300 FHA SAYS
tee..r tktrwlM, Evans. up. ", .,.at.ed. 1110 Hopkins New and Used Mobile BEDROOM cement block $ per month Include all.

-. Dfaaaal OFFICE FOR RUNT Ave... Phone 2674705.., Opea Homes home; additional rooms can 287.no. FOR SAL of liNT $21,500
Ih.1t .. rortoloa Morliram tt Friday nights until t. Orlando 277-9671 be added; Urge lot; only 35 OWNIR SAYS $1100
ARTHUR 1 BEDROOM 1 bath Meld
CHARLOTTE R.MUN8ON.MUN8ON bl. wl and..r.. NEW BUILDING stiles space CAN BE: FINANCED 8210 E. Colonial Drive, minutes to Cape Very low hick yard. $M III IIUII. 267JQ64. halide, must sell this I See*
U.S. 1 So. TltusvilK. 2Um price to Interesteparty, I BEDROOM HOUSE
trIbfT'b* llvln: DORIS ODOR.NELI aewtyredecorated. Natl. heme ae the I
and OENM OTON.NELL' sq. ft. 267-2M9. SEWING MACHINE repair, *Q Throw Ltnore Avenue Corner lot seer curl Leeated In beautiful

her kuiband, tadlvlduallr. and aiKxwuler makes. Phone 2674201. JUST ARRIVED Tltusvllle 1 BEDROOM HOUSE"coraTlot Coquina Sskeol $11. 00.M71SH. WtlI."r, Hill t
of Ib* E tat. of Artkvr On U.S. 1 location call ", area
It. Mttnoon, DoetaMid. prime phone 247 1411 .
AUGIHTA Help Wanted aces rnqulaa School bedrooms all lee.a ...
KOELU8CH and GLENN KOEL- 2676866. $11,500. "' .IM. ,
15 SKYLINE Budget to twin bed ewlles.Dream .
priced air hiss
.J'Cj.H kr kutbaa: ARTHUR 4 URGE: bedrooms, forced 114 ROOSEVELT Street for

''hi. tad WISE!MARJORIEMUNSON STUART ROOMS FOR RENT COOK FOR HALL'S SteakHouse bedroom.at S3US. Modern Front decor Kitchen S all GE equipment FHA $!'.- NOW SELLING-la last section sale at eat 4251 ,$ .henert kitchen,*. JO with aereonperan lerfOklt

HAMPTOIT, and HAMP ROOMS FOR MEN. Kltchel 1 p.m..I:1O: p.m., Monday _700. $600 down 267-1564. of Lakefront Estates l located I bedroom Beverly St with. kit. ._
TON has ..,.. If h* k* ....m.d' privileges TV and washer. I, thru Thursday; 1 p.m.. USED TRAILERS lust beyond Whispering Hills ,. South Lake Village Built Ia w.ugh fer site mint
Sod pete
ALL
lalmlnr. br UNKNOWN, tbrouih. Color PARTIES 01talnut AM 7-2283 after S p.m. 12 p,m., Friday and.Ssturdar. LUXURY HOMES I Country Club State Road 406. kIte h... Sill anoath. (wlesa. Yew choice I ef Mnenalnf >
tM said ARTHUR R. ALSO. Baby sitter 4tOios : Beautiful S bedroom, m bath, Contact John A. Gordon Dent mlie mll
MUNHON aid CHARLOTTE: 2 BEDROOM, utilities maid .m., 110: s.m." p.m. 2672661 I 64 YELLOWSTONE 27'1", 1 BR la beautiful) Wbleperiog Kills, conventional MIA Lew dews Re,. Real Estate Broker!
"
IUNSON' : ... wife. If they fc. service reasonable 2674101. or 27-7)16. located conveniently at the payment Call 167-3711 tt Mala. AM7 lots Tltusvllle
b'lkor a4d ,.hews part- 50 HAaLI:1TE: '' I BR
t.1:1.r' -- ASSUME FHAIN
a* klr, deviwea: craat north end ef Greenwood Sb
M.. IIn.(.. ...dlt..., unit*** oflh $1250 PER PERSON. ft week. Ft MALI HILF WANTBD : STREAMLINE, J!'If, air rood just off State road 409.I OUIITSUSURSAN
TOU.ARTHVR>rwl..*i Rocket Motel Mima. Phone I 1 BR.NASHUA. Bedrooms with psnneled 4th ARIA

267-3097. WOMAN TO use telephone for bedroom which till be used asa OAKWOOD TODAY leeeted In attractive area

R. Ml'NKON' and SLEEPING ROOMS sod efficiencies Bstloaal eoncera. No sales SO'ir, I BR .. die or for business Flr.1 .- between eld. Dlile Mwy.

Wlf.CHARLOTTE. thy be MUNHON.living, klcIf for rent 601 Orange work. f to I daily, Monday SMALL DOWN PAYMENT piece, wall to wall: carpets, end U.S. N.. 1. This weN

L"SIDENCB' UNKNOWN SL 267-3400. thru FrId.,. Two weeks, $1.25 EASY TERMSMARTIN'S Florida 1 room, fully equip* Mobile Home Subdivision kept resale. Mme feature

PO.3ORA OT!IIIELL: end GENE' per hour Write loa A-7, Star ed kltchea with dishwasher, S lerf kedreeme, ... eon
: :
ODONNELU her bu.b.nd. In. AIR CONDITIONED, MOTEL Advocate. MOBILE disposal, built nc1r.'ltnl'el'! It pl I.t. atttit, (arse lnVMaped
"''''h.1IY led aa Eioeulor of room. Reasonable. CaD 367- HOMES even, kltchea let. Raatenakle sob
.oat, .....* of Artkn K. II......, 4103. EXPERIENCED Silk ., wool SALES sing room, central air It oil' Featuring: fe, gwley.M ....,,,.. FHApmta.
....
J> ., 1224 N. U.S. I
oc: presser, full time. Apply lapersoa. best. Insulated and
ef
ceilings Cad
Ul Hlb (it K. C:
Jf'.w Pilladflokla.. Ohio. STORIS FOR RENT Master Otsatrt 2500S. Tltusvllle 267-3061 wills, 'Inclosed S tar garage M. ,., e tlofeeel.. kr.

....At'Ol'iTA'sKOELLiSCR >.d ,NEW STORE building for office Hopkias.CLERKSTENO. North of Overpaif and utility, LARGE 'II' R 110' LAROE POOL -,

_GLENN kaa4.R KOELLIKCH kr ....- or business. IS I: 10 ft Works Depsrtmett.: II: Kent Public Pine LIVE RENT :!loose from brick veneer .t.... LOTS WITH SHUFFLEBOARD: I -NASA- -- -

.
.BO Reed Heated and aircondlUoaed.Phone co or pre'east stone construct'
Loulcvtlla. 287-ClIO. knowledge of typing led short b"
Oblo
..-.. sad sad. Must be able to meet CENTRAL WATER HORSESHOES&t& I CAUSEWAY

ARTHUR R Mt'NUOTf' end FOR RENT or lease store the public. Excellent working FREE !Irm PRICED FROM la minutes, a.., from thlalevelv

Rom MARJORIE; ,MC5SON.. ... Wlf, space, 20 i 60 ft, or suitable eondlUoai. Beitaalag salary I I a+Broom. J belle,
t"Pneee.L OM for office. Located Manolla $261 per 1II0Il Con ,.ra-I &30.ewss. a $21,900 elovile arpff hem. Owtv
Plata l $129 monthly. 267-l2 ** wfll Ny rear Ml er must mere .. OrlenoHen
.A'LL VNKNOinr' FARTIIS1lalmhic BEAUTICIAN' WANTED. fuller sere siobiie boa lot at beastt- Call Mr. Ben M. $95 DOWN $35 MONTHLY guise Crete St. .In Inv
.. Tyler
by. through ends WARIHOUSI FOR RUNT part u... Raymotd's fid tau Louie estates. porUI Ittates. Pep only
oald ARTHUR R.
: 267-5494
U 'oJ" sod CHARLOTTEMUNSON. Beauty Lounge. M741M. I become your ow \laadlortoert THu.vUle north $706 down end
aaeumeFHA
TO REACH OAKWOOD From o
WAREHOUSE suitable far |
kt. wlf. If l..rr k* tear op rest receipts eaehoath.
..... .....t.... old pakaowdparUo shop, garage or stoes H.. In DESIGN!: ESPECIALLY lOa i. Many firma BOW reside S IEDRooM S beta .to excel on U. S. 1 to Mima. Continue north on U. 8.1 for ban with no poll.
claim' a* heirs. dvl* M.traaio center of town. See H. MATURE CHARM lent locaUoa. BesuUful land ryln0 Lot we show yen
... ... ta our beanttfttl inner eomualty one mort mil to our entrance en right. For free
II. er Nudes at StarAdvocate.WAREHOUSES BECOME CONFIDENT, poised. scaping. Carpets mcluded.MO .
OM or *thorwlM! RESIDENCE: : vlttt u aid see for Information Call 287-8341
UNKNOWN Live Interestingly. Lairs the I roortetf the fUest aeif.WMdoblle $ do... Monthly payments
(r* hereby Mtlflod; that a alit ofTomplabil NOW UNDER grscea ef the perfect hostess.Makeup hosM park. $106.00 ,Including uses sod ,. ?
for rI..... ., Pint. construction. Asy site uw to Hail ears lad dosign. surssce. Edwsrds Many 11Bsldwla DRIVE OUT AFTER WORK TODAY!
Monnn oa tb. foitowip do* 14 toDee east of Orlando ee
...... BUILD
30000 feet S67OM4.
r1kdi." proiwrtr. ,...WI'. square Figure eoel ot. VaiceImprwemeat touts 50 ftoee Mn61MptlU Shopping! Center. AGENTS ON PROPERTY 'TIL DARK
'Lot It Block Z IMeUon HnrnwocD Industrial or commercial Pcrtooahty deveieemeat 5036I OWNKULAXE Phone 2 7-aao4 Nights aiWeekeodai w. have the bulade,. th*
.
.JVISIOf.! .....PARK.,.*: I.sf t...- space available. Wardrobe tootdiaatloa. : LOUISE ESTATES M7-2U1, I.ee _. ttto ."., the
a> rwordxt la PUt Hook Visual ,.,.... Art --- -- ............. An yow need I*

t.See* lit H tb* Pebbe Rord For Sale of OMversatlo Andres' OR CRRISTMAS PARK "" the vs.. If _.**.,.,( w.
*>N frttard C*' r. Flo** School of Modeling. 117.4.64.CHEOCOUT Route No. M Chrtrtmn. Pis.Pheoe een .,.."' e reottel feryew

Ida.beet ni4 .falBot ".<. *.d : SUtoilTRAIIIR "WANTED1SALES I wMlo ywe 115,50 le
'*. or* ,.*...- to Mire SOOT 10 CU FT. Pnllco refrlferalorexcenecc CASHIER age 21 i liNT peso ... Call en* e* cur
,lrCr: *r ptoadln* to the coodiUeav $90. XT60(3. IS. cashier eiperUace re- LOTS FOR rsre* ntetlvea for detella.Ve .

'traT<. SLACKWELL... ee tk* ptltltr WALK. euired. Apply to person to URGE TRAILER lot Patbx .. wilt k- alder. ne .*-

RA 6RAY. Pint P 4.r'l 1.114- PHOTO CHRISTMAS cards Mr. Stssger Eckerd Drug. Dettion .s kwyl I
a. ..._.. Plorloa nn. sad f.10 Plrtle Plsss Shopoiag Ce.. Christmas Part Orlando, LADY FOR TITUSVILLE ----
Gregory Studio. 267.5355."AL" 5*2SU after l ,
*"o1..r *aw*> or. .r db5? I.C ter. I p m.
or,..* .f UM lw. ft Ik* CALL TODAY!
.Mil Court .. or Wf..r* Ik* KBt
y Doomkor, I.... If TOO fill
till do o*. ..,....t kr dtfiBJt WIll ROCK GARDEN PACKAGE STORE 'The Horn. ufor'aShepelnf
tie lab.e a.alt!. 1N"I MM f<*of Ik.Cow ndonuBOod MIER The Cost of s peek of I C.nl.r"SUTTON

i.lEbb Nollr b.n k* pakNakod NOW YOUR LOCAL Cigarettes per day win NURSERY ,.i

nth' work for leer Hi 90S. "ELECTROLUXMAN" buy sa etceSest OrisV I j Get Acquainted SALE j STORE SALES ONLY NO BAR WORK
U.. weeks la Tttwrtn Sur- Mae Preset for your i
r.n1a'II It Now Coin On
i EXPERIENCE NOT NECESSARY
AND ORDERED at TV ,
1114 ......... C_..". n....*. cbOMrea. -EA..lo. '1. __ h ASSOC. REALTY CO.
dli .." of jfr >B_. !.... LATNG d TTTVSVILLCVacmna -
!
CtTRTti m BARNES. dork WORLD BOOK .. . Mom fee COCO HOURS AND PAY
M2S S. WASHINGTON
CI.n Cowrb Brow< Cleaners _
See evr ad every Friday
Covotr. riaBr ReK..n..".40
V f S.-.a.crW Poliihers aa OLD DIXIE HWY WRITE BOX A-6 STAR ADVOCATE Ofrke Plan Hmo Fhe.|
IriCWCLL WAMCEft A betweea TJUtvlUe ai JO sis
a T. EXPERT SERVICE kNEW 267- 773 H FOP sort* ef Lagrange 267-9440 ::::
,
for r1.1. ff.
SALES GIV1Nt PULL INFORMATION' AND fMOMl MUMUR auoUUi
P.dw.l 1o.i i ot Ce etry
arHr S 'r s$ only 1
w/. rv5 *i: / PHONE W7-7MO I JIf._
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(Continued from preceding page) Used Can & TrucksFOUR WantedTOP ENVELOPS Bueioeas Sizes.

WN N r f for.of*( Bf. Full stock at

LET US DOOR Plymouth Savoy, Star-Advo<<:ate. COLONIAL
Services I 8 cyl. Perfect running condition CASH ROYAL
BUILD YOUR Reasonable. Phone be. In 3 minutes for food used
'roE HOMEIN fore 10 a.m. or after 3 p.m. Furniture. GARDEN APARTMENTS
lJlr G DAVE'S TREE Service. Oil T. 267-4328. GREER McMORRIS INS.- COUNTRY
BEAUTIFUL E. Harris at 26i_ -2312. Repossessed furniture outlet "Welcome to Gracious Living"Located
1J TURQUOISE 1962-6 passenger Ml U.S. 1 IRC 810 S.
use or Hopkins
FOREST HILLScall ROOF SPRAYING, both and Ford Country Squire station i Tltutville LIVING
a. gravel or tile. 2671260. wagon, radio, heater air conditioned 1 one mile north of highway 50. west of V S. No.
today Many Extras $1800. i 267-1391 Day or Night 1, with river privileges convenient to everything
SETTLES ROOFING. Com.
ASst 267-7251)) Boat'Buy of the) Month equal distance to either causeway, yet with an atmosphere
and Remodeling
HAWKINSCONSTRUCTION Hoofing .
plete
finished, wall to
Luxuriously
Wanted To Buy of a country estate
Service. 1004 Pine Street. 1963 COMETBucket 3 Bedroom, 1 bath home
different with its own
wall each apartment
CO carpeting
Phone 2673453.DAVE'S : with Built In Kitchen terrazzo
,
1 a 267-2061 personality Individual utility and storage room, 12
TREE Service, call seats, Air conditioned. USED AUTOMOBILES. City floors, Carporte and cubic feet automatic defrosting 2 door refrigerator f
0fs T. E. Harris at 2672312. Assume payments of $83.00 per Auto PirU. AM 7-3686. Utility Zoom: Oil heat and central TV system costs no more, and less than othersits 4I
air conditioned.
month. Balance of approximate. Lot 88 x 12$. equal Spaciously landscaped private grounds .
with abundance of shrubs.Appral1'ed
Wanted To Rent. an
ly 199300. and features. Available December1st.
other
FREE value $14.800.00, many inviting 4

h BE SAFE! L. P. BOTTLED GASINSTALLATION 1959 PLYMOUTHPower UNFURNISHED I or 4 bedroom Selling price only $12, 00.00 NOW RENTING
house in Cape area with very good terms.

....... .. BE SURE! steering and brakes, 4 Call 783-8008 after 4 p.m.
.
memMA. Iw Suburban Propane door sedan (white). $393. JOHNNY A. MOLES W. J. SMITH, Realtor PHONE 267-3311

War te make a fat move? It Deal 2019 U. S. 1 N. 267-6411 Call, Days 2679440 Work Wanted 1240 S. Hopkins Ave.
let of skill to handle OnlyWith
takes I Nights 267.4013
Titusvllle\ Fla.
,
WILL DO ironing in
fume move that's why to my home
people In this area like to FAST FILM e cxLQiio 24 hour pick up and delivery If pre Phone 267-6327
many AREALTOR 1937 FORD $350, will Evenings 267-7359
Ut. vs move their houithold effort. service s Nov. pickup I ferred. 1039 Alford Street. w
Kodachrome-Ektachrome $1.35 sell reasonable. 2502 SouthHopkins I Lakeview Hills.
aid. Wo effort.save you time, worry 20. Slides ana Kodachrome I 2673267. ; -- LOOKING FOR A HOME?

8 mm movie-We per roll. ?
Don't Have The Down Payment
Jean's Jewelry, Big Apple
Think Of 1 LET ME sell your automobile.
for this .
Look Plaza Browning Auto Sales 405 THEN.

FIDELITYAgent 8'protection.symbol for It your sig'nifies Used Can & Trucks Hopkins, 2671520. ARE YOU WHY NOT TRADE !

integrity LOOKING FOR ANEW '
and high profes TRAILER HAULER A-1 condition I f:
sional standing. Deal) $37$ Dixie Trailer Park Lot us show you how you may have your Dream
ALLIED VAN LINES with a Realtor 267-6372. : Home the easy way. If you have equity In a hovt, ,
only HOME ?
STORAGE fc TRANSFER GeorgeBarley Lot, Trailer, Boat, Car, Notes or Anything of Value I
Only a Realtor displaysthis 1930 CADILLAC. See drive
Call Us. Wo will take it In on e new home for your
DAY OR NIGHT seal purchase. IS N. highlandAvenue J \ family.
267-62M. r'1" I'"r 8a
Phone AM 7.0228 S Bryan-Conway & \ ,
Winstead Inc. Inc. '
"THE TRADING SPECIALISTS" ,
M. Barley, Jr. HOME & POOLDo ,
e George REAL ESTATE -'i t
Inc. you want a complete :
home designed for the full SUTTON & ASSOCIATES' :
Associates
REALESTATE e Campbell use of ..1the\ members of __ :TX"r
Inc. your family, email and large I.-'a. REALTY CO.
I J. W. Childre, Realtor and grown-upw too Large SEE OUR QUALITY BUILT HOMES IN 267.9440 1528 S. WASH. CU
OPEN SUNDAY
e Danenburg's Beach kitchen with dishwasher, dl. hetil
2 to S P. M.
unit, built-in and
poaal oven ,
Realty stove, and with separate eating Indian River Heights FOREST HILLS
I S Duffy's Real Estate area; family room den 1550 Locke Street. Immaculate ClCOi
A-63
Speculators IBS acres e Edwards Realty with bookcase wall custom Cozy, 2 Bed.
at $115 per acre, located InBrev.rd e Ed Kittles Agency built by a cabinet maker room IV* baths, built- 3 Different Models To Choose From esl)
County; A good and J
carpeted living room in range and oven wa
Harris Inc LUXURIOUS
investment for the Investor. e Realty carpeted dining room. IS of Screened porch large IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY lot
e 'L. B. Newman y.I 94 BEDROOM
sliding glass doors opening on lot, Better only
A-75 10 Acres with good J S Donn Searle Realtors to a large 28' 13' roofed. $82 per month after QUALITY BUILT BY cUSTOM-DESIGSIEDI nol
bedroom home selling for HOMES ON LARGE,
over and screened patio, to down payment.RENTALS
$11,150, plenty of room for e Sydney Schwartz which Is attached a large F I F D CONSTRUCTION CO. WOODED LOTS.. Wi
W. J, Smith S H I
the garden, horse or grove completely screened swimming I I L l\' SERENRYSUWRBAN Latin
I Phone 967.0594. ,. I
that you've been wanting e Stoner Realty Yn ONLY MINUTES
pool with extra large
Call at your convenience to SEVERAL Excellent TO NASA CAUSEWAY,
surrounding patio I area. thto.>
this. furnished and unfurnished
sea SHOPPING CENTER
Alumnlnum framing, la gold .
homes for rent lantusville.
AM 20 acres of good highland -- anodize for beauty and care AND AU SCHOOL th
3 large bedrooms and 2 tile
with many beautiful 2 Fully sir conditioned In
treei. The price Is low at baths with extra big closets. & central heated 3 bed .
Handy to good schools andplaymates COUNTRY ESTATES I im
$1,000 per acre with good room 1H bath apts. Enclosed
road frontage Ten minute for your children. garage, close to obg 01!
drive from Large 90x120 ft. lot with shopping & schools. $135 ednc
causeway
beautiful towering pines and month. 3 AND 4 I
R-23 Residential lots We oaks; situated In a beautiful BEDROOM. .
have them. Package of < section of Whispering Hill. 342 S. tic
Iota (0) x 123 .t $600 each. Only $28,730. Ready now forcomplete .11 BATH .
JESS W. CHILDRE .
*
Good high lots in a quiet living I Call Glen or WlShlniloDi I' l"'t- .Nehe.Ry I.euteiI
'
area. Call to see these and Schlueter 267-6668 A eskp.eqv.tfioe.awnheegra.d-
AIT*) UH.Otl Real Estate -HOMfcS obha
others Space .. :
New LlsUng-3 Acres In city: ? I J (Mi* mom
: Large Bedreemt .; 1051 Hoot pi.
nice rolling land on paved t e Cllyw..aePlut.clwollt SevenKaipiMr.
.
'
street Beautiful location

for below 1 to market.8 homeslte Call,now priced, ((8 MODELS OPEN DAILY Family Rooms $JUST.00, l -'I, from


189 ill' on US No. 1 with till Central Air Condlrl. per month i $13,950 .
1 P. M. 6 P. M.
good frame 2 bedroom .nl", end Host I.cludeuprincipal
home. : Is not WHITE ACRESNo $75 %
hospital 0.
far from and Ideal 3 and 4 bedroooms, 2 baths. Ready to move into for and Interest I

price for business starter Qualifying-New 4 bedroom, as little as $450.00 down Priced $15,000.00 to FHA FINANCING A-NOTHING DOWN

1.104 M' on Magnolia with 2 bath Sell Price $17,300, $17,300.00.Dales rr
FHA-$500DOWN
depth to the railroad. Ideal Down payment $800. Monthly

location for business with payment $127 Including principal Addition Out Garden St. to Singleton Ave., COLEMAN BROS. (N.Clete.Cesu,
email down payment of $2- Interest, taxes and Insurance
40000. Extra land avail. then North on Singleton to Open House signs.

able.CS5 .
New 3 bedroom, 114 bath. "Off Old Dixie Hlghw.,'"*
Waterfront I I 1180 frontage I Sell price 14900. Down pay JOHNNY A. MOLES LOOK for the Signs
on Indian River with ment $450. Monthly] payment t I II
extended bulkhead line.Property $111 1 Including principal I Interest 267-8543 ., I
has trailer and ,. taxes and Insurance.New 1240 S. Hopkins, Opposite Magnolia Plaza
good building. Short distance

from new Orslno 3 bedroom a bath Sell Phone 267-6327 Day or Night

Causeway Look Into this price $16,000. Down payment After 3 P. M. Juanlta Malott 267-7S59 "North Brtvarcfs Oldesl Real Estate.Service/. *
and our many other waterfront $600. Monthly payment $119 ; r ta.
parcels. including principal, interest, @
taxes and insurance. zt1IC'q tk J

New 3 bedroom 3 bath, Conventional OWN YOUR OWN SPACIOUS HOME FOR US J THAN HINT' O'r an J!
financing $17,950. ,
ARROWREALTY Down payment $850. Large Uv.
ing room turquoise kitchen, 4n 6eu4 rd.plN.ew ..aaeogl.a.apS/.dhatm. M...
fireplace. M AA taou .TM Inert awl Mrtblsm4 .
PARKLAND ESTATES mid store.. SHrtKMt kstftlM" Si
Commercial cites on U.S. No. 1 .*NWI MOM aaeo-caea KMM*
and Garden Street from $>,000 1. NEW HOMES Over twenty modelsBrickand SUCH ....foil.a Sort**. I Ie/hWed
to $7 ,OOO. NO MONIY DOWN NO CIMDM com TO Block-From $15,500.00 to 2120000.: FHA e1.asdnlaelog" art" kMthii rut*
VJL rvtuuun MINIMUM m' HIM and Conventional Her art M Dotto Print.avasorf
YES
DON R. MANCINIBrokerU. CallJ. NEW HOMES financing. all lots are ,(
on paved streets, with curb and side-
gutters, LUXURY111 / law"
S. No. 1 At Harrison St. W. CHILDRE Realty DESIGNED Newest areal, inert Mod modem luxury .development f (the price! lethe walks, city water and sewer, natural gas lines. *fl. .

Jail 267-7037 Eve. 267-9187 267-5563 FOR BETTER Mmoniy,with brick fronts e big' lend- Immediate occupancy on several hpmes. Central OMkta (WDM" |MflM mi" forty/1 twn allspW

Titusvllle\ Florida scoped yard. Colonial aluminum heat and air conditioning and many other FOR SO Mth5MlnM.." IIIeII1....
"Sen Ice Beyond the Contract"1 UVING'ndowt' e Hie bathe with full color
fixtures nvrasie floors spacious extras. Drive out Singleton Avenue off Garden .. i i.
i i $ i i $ $ $ $ $ cloiots with louvered doors a double (detour road construction) .to' first inter aeNSNacomer...... -II
ending glass! door overlooking yerdbullHn .< section. Stop at new two story home for sales LITTLE.L!
I AND 4 BUS. TV jack e Hie r window tills Information. SALESMAN 5
1 Best e 40allon "hooter on premises from
Today's Buy I 1, Itt) 2ti lATHS .CENTRAL HEAT concrete water eWveweysendMOttl ten o'clock EVERYDAY. ..,.......ere-.r.

2. Two bedroom home. Close In. This cute little S ---

ow 57 CHEVROLET BELAIR 4 DOOR I IVl $11,500414,050 f: 1 IeaueMlhchemLhIWntappen home has nice shady fenced back yard. Only Studio It 2 Bedroom Rental Aoartmenis

*........... 'Ima (7\J range with hood exhautf. Double $300.00 down. Ideal for small family or coupleon from $100 monthly UnfurnUhed
automatic" trans., power steering, radle and heater, for eerew a sinks, Formlcei eebhiefel limited budget. Call for appointment Models Now Open For Inspection
white wall tires, lvrsiswad no4li BOW en dlipliy. No". OoIIUpallC1 "
good turquelie A white. This car I. erlgInel -
w 3. We have standing for clean
requests good
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N MODEU OPIN home will be for rent or lease.

OPEN 8 TIL 8 $11 THEM NOW ''"'"ate house. In............ee""' 4. FOR RENT Clean two bedroom trailer. IMPERIAL"TUVVERS.Bl.rara



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I nrnoW T.IUUM e4M U CAM To make it easy as pie for you to bank by locations in North Brevard County in whkh to

t.sir fit the ..".... liked park your car and walk to tellers' windows
eWdiMILAtUndukt J.y1. animal mail, we furnish you free envelopes addressed to you

PRODUCTION .MM' MA us, with postage paid for you. may find once in a while that you prefer to make
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Urrwek JIIItftt 4 Every U,S. mailbox i* a branch of this bank. deposits or withdraw money BY MAIL.
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sanlmaNlr GREAT LEAPER AND .-I
jKfflo tbia is* the "writing on the wall' the boss wants at.llMMUlI Inland 's .. A NATIONAL HERO o \ THINK THEWBRS I

Us t0 see.eAnn .M outlet CNBDAVANDBKKICKED r PRETTY LOJSV J

10.OOtakadILOnuse OUT IN _

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LandersAw PT I It 4 .TliT4 oM la Id vs J JO
'4.Mrra aloesdallnleaes

f b! N aI le w 9 ll Ibh'

C'mon Clyde"Tear I DOWN

u L CNup fit "o
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Ann Landers: It al- sions may spill over Into other L.kin... tide 4* d/ DrTTO,HAVE YOU A LASER BEAM CMFtNITRATI

ays pleased me that Clydeas areas. If they do, I hope hi :z: BEEN IN THAT WNOME'i HALFTWrWSJo

so neat. Now I'm beginning will see a doctor. a.b Q30K1E JARtA3AIN MAY/fl if W46 uKg sNi sew

think he is carrying\ thingsfar. ? CN1R I THINK

Dear Ann Landers: Now I "Man's' mettle if tested by bin' IT WAS
TWR
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tie 1'1111 COURT or
Clyde won't let me place his know why you wear your hair in the darkness." Please read COUNTY JUDQB. 8RKVAHO 5AMEONEEL56 1eQING1URNIDDIydd

silly ironed handkerchiefs in like that to cover up the I COUNTY, FLORIDA 9
on:
I. Rt: KiUI* ofKMOXT
e bureau drawer because Idon't holes in your heal Your wordsof Dear Ann Landers: I lave. : O. LEMON.DMMUMd.

line them up In a perfect praise to that high school kid studied the Bible for over 45:

''clack. Before he goes to bed who gave up his bus seat to a and the who tried to NOTICkl rrtdlltn TO.f CUCDITOKtAll the Estate tBMORT ,

be polishes his shoes and ties tired woman was lousy. snow his girl twit the "Bible : O LCMON dcMd... are
...* .Un.4 cad r.."1. lom
the laces, bow and all. When I'm an able-bodied, middle- quotation," put one over oa wiy .. ... or d.m.nd. wklcklk
aged male, and I don't ., mar hive ..al..l Mid exit
Clyde brushes his teeth he give my r
bus her, and on you, too.I !. the onto. of the c....,7 dud..
counts 300 strokes. I once seat to anybody. Women have searched: my Credence k Bnvird Ccuaty. Florid lath

asked him a question while he demand equal pay and the priv. Concordance and my Thump Florid* ComlkouM With. ..IIC t! 1'1"'n'lII.MlMdatnoniki .

was brushing his teeth and he Liege of voting an dholding of. son's Reference and find nothing from the dU .t the tint -

lost count. lie was terribly an flee.They under "toil," mettle" or slum*,,IIlleatl..f*r domed Ikl mutt BeUo b. In Back writIn : .

noyed. want to drink in bars, "'"darkness" that sounds even sad nuit slats the place o.freel. MAYM 94 SIJTYUMIUMOttay MIME* ACT AWAY
...*.* std ot-o,flc* addreoeet DOMr1CusTARilYDUliI
OA.Tm.1 PROM MlCMCK //N ALMA/IeVCRYNUMItIAT1N11NDTepi
Clyde is forever adjusting smoke cigarettes on the street, vaguely similar.I the eI.I l lmB' sad mutt Ixwor

window shades and pictures. wear pants, ride motorcyclesand get awfully tired of people .*.<.... *I*r kit ky the attorney claHnaat., or It will fcli DiYONp N10PlJ XUCAU.THecor,Oft.

Last night. he Insisted the pictures be treated like men. I say who attribute quotations to the kom* vo)4) aoeordin* to law. OaNPARaI //

were out of line. I said let's treat 'em like men straight Bible In an attempt to elevate BMOBT:: A.of tko LEMONBxxnitor K.l.l*

they looked straight to me. He across the boards. themselves. .f Emory.. 0. Lmon,

took a yardstick and measuredthe If some of these dames would If the girl had known her WILWYI OXILICR I
""....,* for Estate
distance of the pictures make their beauty shop appointments
scriptures, the young man P. O. Boa 130Mtlkourno. >-
from the ceiling When they for noon instead of Florida s
would have been able to
not hO,. 14. x,10, Ooa T (II...) 1.... :z:
measured he last roundof
the the
exactly 2 00
same p.m. or skip fool her. She should be embar

mumbled, "The house is crook bridge they could catch an rassed. BUT Q

ed"Clyde's earlier bus and not try to I IN THE COUNTY :VDoa'sCOVET
i Dear RRT I'm sure she is II* AND FOR BRB:. zLLI
obsession with neat shame tired, hard-working men owp1opR
now. And that makes two of us. YARD COUNTY: FLORIDAIN
ness is making him awfully difficult out of their well-deserved seats. lUll ESTATE: OF

to live with. Any advice;. OUTSPOKENDear: PATRICK B. J. MoOEE.:
0-....
Ann Landers will be glad to
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FINIONID R DOec MANR 111trTNINPI,00U51T7
- PERPLEXEDDear Spoken: One out of
help you with your prblmi. I K4)TICM or Fit.ING PKTITIOX: MR AMRNATNYi }
I'MSOFONOOCMV
PerplexedIf Clyde'sobsession three employed persons CDl
every ton riot! DUXHtROB OF
Send her In this
them to
care o(
XXCCUTKIKNotlr : THINKIN4TBM,
remains confled to In this country is a woman, so
newspaper enclosing a tamped I. ......, .!''. that I IHIRBOM
handkerchiefs, shoe laces and it', safe to assume that not all bate fllod ., final. Petunia E.- M PABBLBR
pictures, fine. But his complu- females who ride the bus are self-addressed envelope. ooutrix of tko state of Patrick
: .. I. MoOo ._.....: that I have TO DOA
coming from the beauty shop or aotCi T. e..DI1'O. filet my Million for dl.lrtbullo PAINTINGOFITI r
card table. Tee ... sub .t T" ore ....byeetl11.d aid for noel dl55har.. ..4 11.1w
sad nlulred t. pr..at Deo.mhsr 11 1551. I will .DD'
If you want to stay riveted to any claim and demand wklokreu to the Ho..ralli.. Virgil B. Co"lI.h..w. .
or eltker of r* may have Co""LP dud.. of baud t
your seat while women stand, ttalnet tka Mtat* of Earl K.Tupaer County Florida, for anproval ef
that's Jake with me but I hope doooaaod, Ul *f Ottawa aid return and for an Order nf
.':J1.H1 Tonight County, Greed Ram Mlekln, *. Dletrlkutlan and for Final Dieeharre .
; Thru WED. someone gives YOUR mother I I. the County I..... of BrnvardCmnty a. Bnoulrl: ef tko Will of
seat fends wttkln *ll *nlndnr Patrick U. I. ntKlea. ....*....
Montk* frees the date of Moromlxr II IM4.
BOX OFFICI OPENS <:30 first ybllcatlen .t tkl* ..)**, Alto WI.
Dear Readers I Immensely .1.. tko woe will k* barred Kaek :. SHY
am Shim or demand meet n* In Ritalor 55 o.. fl.lSI'lO? Do T Mon.) MM
flattered to have In my reading and form a* .....1.*.. ky law.

AIne.ca Greatest audience numerous authorities UPTOMAnollUrr E.....Tvrraa....IorCItO"OI'f.

on the Bible. Presently, I ROLLAND. altzwza a JIM'S TV r et
I
am fighting my way through a N... L .. 11. s (MM.) 1N4. frl4lrl. a OU.,.nf,afrvl4
eanmo al blizzard of letters informing me 1 4 W i iw

? jl NsnkWlpiflmsJl that the young man who kept Printing Needs! t ,.

turning out the lights (over the See The NIW MANAOIMINT I A aartldl
US M, IBC. 1 Stock W. *fI.
protests of his girl) invented U' US4 .
I. R. fltii -
a Biblcal- quotation when he said, Star Advocate 1 V





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Mobile Chest X-Ray Mrs. Weinrolh October Sales Tax Collection of Two October: oants is returned distributed: to M countess follows CASH


Up Gas Tax Down From Septa $81,98896; Bet aWsg -
Dies Saturday ; 20 per cent to County Board
",946! .70; 80 per cent to road department
I Sales tax collection for October month of October amounted to
$13,78282Man ONE DAY SERVICE
Units To Visit Here Mrs. Vera F. Wetaroth, age in Brevard County totaled $$421,762 in Brevard on basis

48, of Vffl Hopkins Ave., died 1592,79713, an increase of $33. of 8.024,327 gallons This was Found Of
inside mobile chest 246-2 .sh to 4 p.m.; Mime Oasis Bar Saturday following a long Ill 531.82 over last month and f 110- 28411.10 less than September Guilty $50.00 to 5600.00Make
The Mobile Chest X.Ray Unit 5 to 8 pm.Wtdntiday. ,ness. She was the mother-law, 747.77 over October 1963. I collection and $53,86088 higher Passing Lewd PhotosDavid The Arrangements By Phone
wit visit North Brevard Nov 24 ,Nov.2STltusvtlle 'of Dr W. A. Brown III I State-wide collection for October ,than in October 1963. Green 19 year old Negro -
and 25 and Dec. S, offering free A iP-10 a.m. Mrs. Welnroth who came here totaled f 18,921059 as The state derived $11- was found guilty of possession
chest raga for all over 18 to 1 pm. and 2 to S p.m.; TI. : compared with $18,564,75420 in 304.780.13, minus _.062.511 collection was distribution of lewd and 2674331Southern
y of age. tuavUle Big 'B', Kirk's Plaza 11 years ago, was born in Dog. September and 118,894,96678 in fee, on the basis of 161- lascivious pictures in Municipal
TAM service provided by the 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., 2 to 5 wood, W. Va., on Jan. 1, 1918 I October 1963 increases of $356-' 498,8591 gallons sold in October, Court last night but sentence of
Brevard County Health Department pm, 6 to 9 p.mThursday She was a member of the First 30585 and 2226193.07 respec down some $400,000 from September the youth is pending further in
and the Florida SUM D.c 3 Methodist Church of Tttusvffle.I tively, reports J. Edward but up approximately vestigation. Loan Company
; Board of Health in cooperation Indian River Plaza 10 a.m. Straughn, director, Florida $1000,000 over October 1963. Green gave the obscene pictures .
with the Brevard County TB tolpm.and2to4pm.Investors She is survived by her husband Revenue Commission. Brevard County's share of the to two young 12 year old 346 S. WASHINGTON AVE. TITUSVIUI
and Health Association and is Jack, of TitusvUle; a son, Gasoline
tax collections for 7 cent state gas tax for month white girls.
approved by the Brevard Coun Richard, TitusviDe; two daugh.
I ty Medical Society. Fund ters.Mrs.W.A.BrownIUTtusvtIle -
The schedule is as follows: and Mrs. Patricia Fe-
dorko, Alexandria, Va.; her
Nov. 24
Scottsmoor Tuesday- Jones Grocery1 Shows Dividend mother, Mrs. Lillian M. Godwinof r CUANrmr RIGHTS RESERVED r......NN.NN.NN.1 i n' ''ppl .. ..T. !''S;... 0
to 4 p.m.; Titusville Negro Washington W. Va.; two PRICES GOOD THRU NOVEMBER 18TH o TAlMADGE FARMStwaamoaoneLrr1.59
Housing Authority 5 to 8 Directors of Investors Stock brothers, Clifford Godwin of FL wIMM maR 1 ,.E! l' '' SAY!
Lee Va., and Ralph R. Godwin ; COUNTRYHAMS 1 t ,
p.m.; Mlms Post Office -1 Fund, Inc. have declared a regular j :,
quarterly dividend of 13&' of Steubcnvllle, Ohio; one sister
Mrs. Paul Buckley of 1
cents per share derived entirely
from Investment Income and Washington, W. Va. 1 :ilia oEin:
a fiscal year end distribution of Her remains will be forwarded
4qI S3 cents per share from realized today to Parkersburg, W. I II
security profits, Harold K. Brad Va., for funeral and Intermentin
ford, chairman and presidentof the family plot in Bethel Hills I 1 I I I I 6 i uo69; ,
the Fund, announced The total Cemetery, Smith Funeral Homeis
distribution is payable Oct. In charge of local arrange
30 to shareholders of record on ments.
Oct. 29, 1961 1 WHOLE OR HALF 1a.r..NNN..N.J

This fourth quarter distribution ...:...... :::i'9::..all..l ...
of the Fund's 1964 fiscal PersonalsMrs. ;
year amounted in dollars to ap I r......................
proximately $34,5 million, of Pearl Tyler, 214 Julia HORMEL BONELESS
which about $9 million was derived St. entered Jess Parrish Memorial APPLES
I from investment income Hospital here Sunday CANNEDHAAS
and about $2U million repre night for treatments and obser
sented capital]gains. vation.
ORANGES



THIS WEEK Ameri S / m.L $129
ca' greatest country i CAN

music man, the immortal 5 49
Hank Williams lives ;i RE'o79..SAVE5O<: JAG

again sings again, in .......--......--..---
MGMs "Your Cheating -'tT
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